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Inverse Problems of Trapped Objects

by   Peter Elbau, et al.
Medizinische Universitaet Innsbruck
Universität Wien

Optical and acoustical trapping has been established as a tool for holding and moving microscopic particles suspended in a liquid in a contact-free and non-invasive manner. Opposed to standard microscopic imaging where the probe is fixated, this technique allows imaging in a more natural environment. This paper provides a method for estimating the movement of a transparent particle which is maneuvered by tweezers, assuming that the inner structure of the probe is not subject to local movements. The mathematical formulation of the motion estimation shows some similarities to Cryo-EM single particle imaging, where the recording orientations of the probe need to be estimated.


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