The directional derivatives along direction in a neighborhood centered at in the plane of a 3D object.
Csiszár I-divergence vs iteration plot for ML, MAP-Quad, and MAP-FL algorithms.
I-divergence vs hyperparameter plot for MAP-based algorithms.
(a) Original raw 3D microscopy image. 3D reconstructed images (pseudo olor) using, (b) ML, (c) MAP-Quad, and (d) MAP-FL algorithms.
Slice view (slice No. 34) of the (a) original, (b) distorted object and reconstructed object using (c) ML, (d) MAP-Quad, (e) MAP-FL algorithms.
(a), (e), and (i) are, respectively, the raw microscopic images. The associated two images are the optical slice from two different axial views along the line (right image) and (bottom image). [(b), (f), (j)], [(c), (g), (k)], and [(d), (h), (l)} are the corresponding ML-, MAP-Quad-, and MAP-FL-reconstructed images.
(a) and (e) are the raw microscopic data at NA 0.6 and 1.4, respectively. [(b), (c), (d)] and [(f), (g), (h)] are the reconstructed images using ML, MAP-Quad, MAP-FL algorithms at numerical aperture 0.6 and 1.4, respectively.
Line plots along different regions of simulated phantom and real object.
(a) Original phantom, [(b), (f), (j)] are images that are Gaussian blurred and Poisson noised with version of original phantom. [(c), (d), (e)] are ML-, MAP-Quad-, and MAP-FL-reconstructed images at . Similarly, [(g), (h), (i)] and [(k), (l), (m)] are ML-, MAP-Quad-, and MAP-FL-reconstructed images at and 35, respectively.
Description of stopping criterion for ML, MAP-Quad, and MAP-FL algorithms at a threshold of .
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