Emulated super-resolution using quantitative phase microscopy Conference Paper uri icon

abstract

  • In the case of coherent illumination, knowledge of the phase and the amplitude of a light wave constitutes complete information. Phase and amplitude information can now be simply acquired using the technique of quantitative phase microscopy. It has been shown that this information allows other imaging modalities to be emulated. In this paper we consider how this information may be used to perform a form of super-resolution by emulating the effect of an annular pupil.

publication date

  • October 2003

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