J. Garcia-Sucerquia

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We first briefly review the state of the art of digital in-line holographic microscopy (DIHM) with numerical reconstruction and then discuss some technical issues, such as lateral and depth resolution, depth of field, twin image, four-dimensional tracking, and reconstruction algorithm. We then present a host of examples from microfluidics and biology of(More)
Within the framework of the phase-space representation of random electromagnetic fields provided by electromagnetic spatial coherence wavelets, and by using the Fresnel-Arago laws for interference and polarization as an analysis tool, the meaning of the spatial coherence-polarization tensor and its invariance under transformations is studied. The results(More)
The numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms suffers from speckle noise. An accelerated method that uses general-purpose computing in graphics processing units to reduce that noise is shown. The proposed methodology utilizes parallelized algorithms to record, reconstruct, and superimpose multiple uncorrelated holograms of a static scene. For(More)
The rapid prototyping and copying of real 3D objects play a key role in some industries. Both applications rely on the generation of appropriated computer aided manufacturing (CAM) files. These files represent a set of coordinates of an object and can be understood by a computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine. Non-contact techniques, like laser(More)
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