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Image Resolution Improvements in Optical Imaging: Comparison of Angular vs. Time-domain Restriction of Highly Scattered Photons

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Abstract

Angular and time-domain restriction of highly scattered photons represent two methods of improving optical resolution in scattering media. Here, the advantages/tradeoffs between these approaches for varying medium thicknesses are presented.

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