Joint denoising and distortion correction of atomic scale scanning transmission electron microscopy images

  title={Joint denoising and distortion correction of atomic scale scanning transmission electron microscopy images},
  author={B. Berkels and B. Wirth},
  • B. Berkels, B. Wirth
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • Nowadays, modern electron microscopes deliver images at atomic scale. The precise atomic structure encodes information about material properties. Thus, an important ingredient in the image analysis is to locate the centers of the atoms shown in micrographs as precisely as possible. Here, we consider scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM), which acquires data in a rastering pattern, pixel by pixel. Due to this rastering combined with the magnification to atomic scale, movements of the… CONTINUE READING
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