The Radon transform maps a function on n-dimensional Euclidean space onto its integral over a hyperplane. The fields of modern computerized tomography and medical imaging are fundamentally based on the Radon transform and the computer implementation of the inversion, or reconstruction, techniques of the Radon transform. In this work we use the Radon transform with a Gaussian measure to recover random variables from their conditional expectations. We derive reconstruction algorithms for random variables of unbounded support from samples of conditional expectations and discuss the error inherent in each algorithm.
Becnel, Jeremy and Riser-Espinoza, Daniel, "Recovering a Random Variable from Conditional Expectations Using Reconstruction Algorithms for the Gauss Radon Transform" (2019). Faculty Publications. 25.