Calibration of a parametric model of an optical microscope

@inproceedings{Zhou1999CalibrationOA,
  title={Calibration of a parametric model of an optical microscope},
  author={Yu Zhou and Bradley J. Nelson},
  year={1999}
}
In micro-domain applications, such as assembly of hybrid microelectromechanical systems, optical microscopes form a critical component of visually based microassembly systems. In order to effectively use vision feedback to guide manipulation strategies using a broad range of optical microscope configurations, accurately calibrated parametric models of optical microscopes are required. Although many calibration techniques exist for macroscopic camera-lens systems, there is a dearth of literature… CONTINUE READING

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