Efficient splitting strategies for structured illumination microscopyPP

For 3D structured illumination microscopy (SIM), the traditional multichannel Wiener filtering reconstruction method is generally preferred to regularized variational approaches because of computational burden. However, the latter would permit to reduce the number of acquisitions required for the reconstruction, and thus improve the temporal resolution of the system. Considering a classical variational formulation of the inverse problem, we propose an original reformulation together with dedicated splitting strategies that reduce the computational cost of the associated optimization algorithm (ADMM, Primal-Dual).

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Emmanuel Soubies (EPFL, Biomedical Imaging Group, Lausanne VD)
Michael Unser (EPFL, Lausanne)
image reconstruction, inverse problems