Photoacoustic ToF tomography of blood cells: From mathematical approximation to super-resolution

Abstract

Photoacoustic or PA waves, generated from blood cells, create distinct spectral features in the Fourier domain, for example, maxima and minima. In this way, high-frequency PA signals can be used to identify and distinguish blood cells. However, due to finite bandwidth of physical systems, many interesting Fourier features are invisible within the observed… (More)

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@article{Bhandari2017PhotoacousticTT, title={Photoacoustic ToF tomography of blood cells: From mathematical approximation to super-resolution}, author={Ayush Bhandari and Eric M. Strohm and Michael C. Kolios and Ramesh Raskar}, journal={2017 International Conference on Sampling Theory and Applications (SampTA)}, year={2017}, pages={475-479} }