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Taylor series expansion based multidimensional image reconstruction for confocal and microscopy
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Taylor estimation from the neighborhood of a pixel centered at (x,y).

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vs iterations plot for ML, MAP, and TSA techniques.

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(a) Raw image of the simulated spheres phantom, (b) PSF-blurred image distorted with noise, (c) ML reconstructed image, (d) MAP reconstructed image, and (e) TSA reconstructed image. The lower image shows the intensity plots of ML, MAP, and TSA reconstructed images.

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Raw and TSA reconstructed 3D images of (a) simulated 3D phantom, (b) widefield fluorescence images of nanobeads, and (c) confocal fluorescence images of mitochondria of yeast cells. The inset show zoomed region of interest.

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(a) Raw, (b) ML, (c) MAP, and (d) TSA reconstructed 4 images of mitochondrial network. (e) Intensity plots of specific regions (shown by white line) on both raw and reconstructed images as indicated on the raw image. (f) Lateral and axial views of the 4 system PSF.


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Scitation: Taylor series expansion based multidimensional image reconstruction for confocal and 4pi microscopy