Super-Resolution Imaging PowerPoint Presentation by: Professor Weng Cho Chew Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (a) The distorted Born iterative method can reconstructed object shapes much smaller than a wavelength. This work has inspired the apertureless near-field scanning optical microscopy. (b) The reconstruction image of the same object using first-order Born approximation.
DBIM iteration steps unravel multiple scattering to achieve super-resolution
Super-Resolution (cont'd) (a) The DBIM permittivity reconstructed image of two plastic rods separated by subwavelength dimension. (b) The reconstruction image of the same object using first-order Born approximation.