Current Trends in Methods


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Current Trends in Methods
1010103Current Trends in MethodsCurrently, QPI is rapidly evolving, with efforts devoted to both method development and applications. Thus, in the last two chapters of the book, we will review very recent progress and current trends in both these areas. As already discussed, several efficient methods for measuring quantitative-phase images, i.e., φ(x, y), are already in place. Naturally, current research is mainly focused on expanding the QPI data to other dimensions, as follows. The real part of refractive index is most generally a function of three spatial coordinates and one temporal coordinate n(x, y, z; t) or, equivalently, of the four respective frequencies,
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Gabriel Popescu: Quantitative Phase Imaging of Cells and Tissues. Current Trends in Methods, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2011), AccessEngineering Export