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Complex-domain super-resolution imaging with distributed optimization

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posted on 2023-01-11, 22:55 authored by Xuyang Chang, Liheng Bian, Shaowei Jiang, Guoan Zheng, Jun Zhang
Complex-domain imaging has emerged as a valuable technique for investigating weak-scattered samples. However, due to the detector's pursuit of large pixel size for high throughput, the resolution limitation impedes its further development. In this work, we report a lensless on-chip complex-domain imaging system, together with a distributed-optimization-based pixel super-resolution technique (DO-PSR). The system employs a diffuser shifting to realize phase modulation and increases observation diversity. The corresponding DO-PSR technique derives an alternating projection operator and an enhancing neural network to tackle the measurement fidelity and statistical prior regularization subproblems. Extensive experiments show that the system outperforms the existing techniques with as much as 11dB on PSNR, and one-order-of-magnitude higher cell counting precision.

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