Abstract

Limited spatial resolution and low signal to noise ratio are some of the main challenges in optical signal observation, especially for photon emission microscopy. As dynamic emission signals are generated in a 3D space, the use of the time dimension in addition to space enables a better localization of switching events. It can actually be used to infer information with a precision above the resolution limits of the acquired signals. Taking advantage of this property, we report on a post-acquisition processing scheme to generate emission images with a better image resolution than the initial acquisition.

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