superresolution

superresolution

[¦sü·pər‚rez·ə′lü·shən]
(oceanography)
Separation of tides into components of different frequencies, without taking measurements for the full extent of the longest-period component.
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Here we aim to use novel single-molecule localization-based superresolution microscopy in primary hippocampal neurons to investigate the molecular architecture of the AIS and to understand the mechanism by which membrane protein diffusion is locally restricted.
The SuperResolution mode feature on the TiX1000 and TiX660 cameras increase image resolution, when viewed in the included SmartView software, four times more than what you get on camera.
Kolobov Quantum-statistical analysis of superresolution for optical systems with circular symmetry, Phys.
Compared to a conventional microscope, the resulting superresolution images have up to double the resolution in all three spatial directions.
With ELYRA, Carl Zeiss is introducing a product family that allows the superresolution PAL-M and SR-SIM microscopy techniques to be comprehensively used and individually combined for the very first time.
The following chapters detail microscopy techniques, including nonfluorescence imaging techniques and three-dimensional fluorescence imaging techniques, such as confocal and two-photon microscopies, as well as more recent techniques employing structured illumination and superresolution.
Ahuja, Superresolution and noise filtering using moving least squares, IEEE transactions on Image Processing, Vol.
Sparsity penalties have been used by Donoho to achieve superresolution in imaging [8], and denoising of functions by wavelet thresholding is now a standard procedure in signal processing [9].
The constrained total least squares technique and its application to harmonic superresolution.
1GB] was accomplished through magnetic superresolution and land-and-groove recording," he said, "and by shifting from a 680nm laser to the slightly shorter 660nm wavelength, which enables new drives to read every earlier media generation back to 650MB, and yet also to write to 2.
The Qvu system on a chip (SoC) video processing unit (VPU), is designed specifically to deliver advanced digital video solutions, including SuperResolution video playback quality and advanced functionality including bad light correction, color and contrast enhancement.
Live high content 3D SuperResolution Light Imaging (SRLI) combined with electron microscopy will allow unprecedented visualization of AMPAR organization in synapses at the scale of individual subunits up to the level of intact tissue.