What about computational super-resolution in fluorescence Fourier light field microscopy?
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What about computational super-resolution in fluorescence Fourier light field microscopy?

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Stefanoiu, Anca; Scrofani, G.; Saavedra Tortosa, Genaro; Martínez Corral, Manuel Perfil; Lasser, Tobias
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Recently, Fourier light field microscopy was proposed to overcome the limitations in conventional light field microscopy by placing a micro-lens array at the aperture stop of the microscope objective instead of the image plane. In this way, a collection of orthographic views from different perspectives are directly captured. When inspecting fluorescent samples, the sensitivity and noise of the sensors are a major concern and large sensor pixels are required to cope with low-light conditions, which implies under-sampling issues. In this context, we analyze the sampling patterns in Fourier light field microscopy to understand to what extent computational super-resolution can be triggered during deconvolution in order to improve the resolution of the 3D reconstruction of the imaged data.

    Stefanoiu, Anca Scrofani, G. Saavedra Tortosa, Genaro Martínez Corral, Manuel Lasser, Tobias 2020 What about computational super-resolution in fluorescence Fourier light field microscopy? Optics Express 28 11 16554 16568
https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.391189

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