1 November 2007 Extended depth-of-focus microscopy via constrained deconvolution
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We derive a method for extended depth-of-focus imaging, i.e., a method to render a 2-D image of a thick specimen, such that all the structures within the specimen appear in focus and with greatly increased contrast. We acquire a single image while moving the specimen through focus. The resulting image, which is severely blurred and has very low contrast, is then deconvolved. In the deconvolved image, the entire depth of the specimen is in focus. Because the image is collected continuously while the specimen moves through focus, the acquisition time is short. Likewise, because the deconvolution is done in 2-D, it is done very quickly even with an iterative algorithm.
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Jose-Angel Conchello, Jose-Angel Conchello, Michael Dresser, Michael Dresser, } "Extended depth-of-focus microscopy via constrained deconvolution," Journal of Biomedical Optics 12(6), 064026 (1 November 2007). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.2812554 . Submission:
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