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Reconstruction of Sparse Sub-Wavelength Images

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We use compressed sensing to demonstrate theoretically the reconstruction of sub-wavelength features from measured far-field, and provide experimental proof-of-concept. The methods can be applied to non-optical microscopes, provided the information is sparse.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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