SuperResolution-aided Recognition of Cytoskeletons in Scanning Probe Microscopy Images

  title={SuperResolution-aided Recognition of Cytoskeletons in Scanning Probe Microscopy Images},
  author={Sara Colantonio and Mario D’Acunto and Marco Righi and Ovidio Salvetti},
In this paper, we discuss the possibility to adopt SuperResolution (SR) methods as an important preparatory step to Pattern Recognition, so as to improve the accuracy of image content recognition and identification. Actually, SR mainly deals with the task of deriving a high-resolution image from one or multiple low resolution images of the same scene. The high-resolved image corresponds to a more precise image whose content is enriched with information hidden among the pixels of the original… 
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