- Volume 57 Issue 3
In this article, we discuss the global uniqueness problem for the Radon transform. It is not sufficient for the global uniqueness for the Radon transform to assume that the Radon transform Rf for a function f absolutely converges on any hyperplane. It is also known that it is sufficient to assume that f ∈ L1 for the global uniqueness to hold. There exists a big gap between the above two conditions, to fill which is our purpose in this paper. We shall give a better sufficient condition for the global uniqueness of the Radon transform.
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