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Accélération de la méthode de microscopie à illumination structurée à l'aide de l'acquisition comprimée

Abstract : Abstract-In this work, we introduce an original strategy to apply the Compressed Sensing (CS) framework to a super-resolution Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM) technique. We first define a framework for direct domain CS, that exploits the sparsity of fluorescence microscopy images in the Fourier domain. We then propose an application of this method to a fast 4-images SIM technique, which allows to reconstruct super-resolved fluorescence microscopy images using only 25% of the camera pixels for each acquisition..
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William Meiniel, Piernicola Spinicelli, Elsa Angelini, Alexandra Fragola, Vincent Loriette, et al.. Accélération de la méthode de microscopie à illumination structurée à l'aide de l'acquisition comprimée. 26eme Colloque GRETSI Traitement du Signal & des Images, GRETSI 2017, Sep 2017, Juan-les-Pins, France. ⟨hal-01637851⟩

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