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The Role of Correlation Techniques in Computer Image Processing

  • J. Frank
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 13)

Abstract

Many electron microscopists are familiar with the analysis of electron micrographs by using optical diffraction [5.1]. The optical diffractogram, which is essentially the absolute square of the Fourier transform of the optical density on the plate, reveals information on periodicities [5.2], astigmatism, defocus [5.3], drift [5.4] illumination [5.5–7] and defocus spread [5.8].

Keywords

Autocorrelation Function Point Spread Function Carbon Film Shift Vector Optical Diffraction 
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