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Recent Progresses in Digital Holographic Microscopy with Spatial Partial Coherent Light and Applications

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Abstract

We investigate the use of partially coherent source for digital holographic microscopes (DHM). Recent progresses and applications will be presented as the automated 3D detection and classification of particles or the analysis of vesicle suspension.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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