Research Article| Volume 17, ISSUE 2, P285-297, June 1997

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Digital Image Processing for Microscopy

  • Robert Ezzell
    Address reprint requests to Robert Ezzell, PhD, Shriners Burns Institute, Building 1400 West, One Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA 02139
    From the Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital East; Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; and Department of Surgery, the Center for Engineering in Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts
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      The author introduces some of the basic concepts in the theory and mechanics of digital signal processing techniques as applied to microscopy. With the right software and a sound approach, a great deal of information can be retrieved from noisy or degraded images. The author also discusses manipulation of images in order to produce a clearer images for the observer.
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