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Photothermal microscopy enables detection of nanometer-sized objects solely based on their absorption. This technique allows efficient observation of various nano-objects in scattering media notably gold nanoparticles in cells. The extreme sensitivity of the method and the stability of the signals open numerous applications in spectroscopy, analytical… (More)
Many uses for the Hough transform (HT) require only several theta slices, not the entire 2-D Hough space. A new holographic optical architecture is advanced to achieve this in parallel. The computer-generated holograms and holographic optical elements used are discussed, and laboratory results are provided. As a case study, we consider determining printing… (More)
Error diffusion presents a very attractive method for manufacturing computer-generated holograms. However, it has certain defects that make it unsuitable for various optical processing applications, such as correlation. We present an extension of error diffusion which makes it suitable for the implementation of correlation filters.