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Axial localization of fluorescence samples using single-shot self-interference digital holography

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Application of self-interference digital holography for axial localization is demonstrated. The axial coordinates of the fluorescence sample are extracted from a single-shot hologram and localization accuracy of the proposed method is discussed in the paper.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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