Comparing with the most commonly used methods to creating the radiation images; the method described can be used to improve the resolution and image quality under the same irradiation conditions and low intensities of radiation fluxes as well. Such the possibility can be effectively used to reduce the radiation danger of corresponding devices and dose loadings for patients with respect to medical investigations.
The areas of applications for the method proposed are us follows: technical and medical x-, gamma- and neutron radiography, medical and industrial tomography, etc.
The radiation image formation process is based at the detection of event flux, having random distribution in time and space. The method developed uses some specific properties of random event fluxes, allowing to reveal the dynamic changes of random event fluxes in time and space. Taking into account the property of dynamic sensitivity there is a possibility to increase the difference between the "elementary" regions of random process with various intensity and, as a sequence, to contracting the radiation image.
One specific point needs to be mentioned that the contrasting effect can be reached at the initial step of information perception after detector, but not after the processing of existing image.
The method can be applied for the on-line processing of pulse fluxes coming from detectors as well as for processing of film images (especially for low intensities). It has to be mentioned that the detector itself does not need to be changed and only the information read out process should be modified.
The fundamentals of method and results obtained are given in paper to verify the applicability and effectiveness of method.