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ten Brink, Tip (author)
As super-resolution methods make it possible to capture images at a resolution beyond the diffraction limit, they have no straightforward measure for optical resolution. Consequently, signal-to-noise ratio-based methods to determine resolution such as Fourier Ring Correlation (FRC) have seen increased<br/>use. We look at a new method, called...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Hingot, V. (author), Chavignon, A. (author), Heiles, B.G. (author), Couture, O. (author)
The resolution of an imaging system is usually determined by the width of its point spread function and is measured using the Rayleigh criterion. For most system, it is in the order of the imaging wavelength. However, super resolution techniques such as localization microscopy in optical and ultrasound imaging can resolve features an order of...
journal article 2021
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Liu, Xingchen (author)
Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) is a kind of wide-field super resolution imaging technique which achieves the resolution improvement by exploiting the interference patterns to obtain the information out of the observable region in Fourier space. The resolution improvement in SIM is done by analyzing the obtained image and restored the...
master thesis 2020
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Noom, Jacques (author)
Currently used imaging methods in Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) including the use of a Lock-In Amplifier or a Phase-Locked Loop, are suboptimal. In this report, the image resolution in AFM is improved by detecting the tip-sample interaction using complete measurements of the input of the cantilever and its measured deflection. Two methods are...
master thesis 2019
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