J. Wilder

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Three dimensional (3-D) microscopy is widely used in medical applications and biosciences where a high quality magnified image of a specimen is desired. The 3-D object or specimen which is placed under the microscope is sectioned at regular intervals to acquire a sequence of two dimensional (2-D) images. These images are blurred by in-focus and out-of-focus(More)
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