A variant to the “random approximation” of the reference-free alignment algorithm

@inproceedings{Marco1996AVT,
  title={A variant to the “random approximation” of the reference-free alignment algorithm},
  author={Sergio Marco and Monica Chagoyen and Luis Gerardo de la Fraga and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Carazo and Jos{\'e} L Carrascosa},
  year={1996}
}
Abstract Single-particle averaging from electron microscope images strongly depends on alignment. Most alignment procedures are based on cross-correlation of an initial reference image with the rest of the population, leading to a clear pattern dependence. Among the different approaches that have been proposed to minimize this problem, one of the most widely used is the so-called iterative reference-free alignment algorithm (RFAA), proposed by Penczek et al. [Ultramicroscopy 40 (1992) 33]. To… CONTINUE READING

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