2007 Volume 2 Pages S1124
An improved tomographic algorithm in the scheme of Tikhonov-Phillips regularisation method, has been employed for multi-pixel bolometric measurements in order to get as much information as possible while keeping the assumptions to a minimum. The effects of finite detector size have been taken into account with a full three dimensional treatment of the detector geometry. The application of tomographic imaging was implemented to a two-array AXUVD (Absolute eXtreme UltraViolet photodiode) camera on the Large Helical Device (LHD) and a two-dimensional infrared imaging bolometric (IRVB) pinhole camera on JT-60U. Pertinent examples of the results are presented both to illustrate the analysis techniques and to demonstrate the wealth of physics which can be studied.