Sökning: "three-dimensional 3D reconstruction"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 19 avhandlingar innehållade orden three-dimensional 3D reconstruction.
1. On Multidimensional Dynamic Fluorescence Imaging and Quantitative Image Analysis in Wide-Field Microscopy Applications to Studies of Astroglial Cells
Sammanfattning : Modern biological research has benefited from a renaissance in light microscopy, brought about by the convergence of developments in fields as diverse as electronics, optics, molecular biology, computer science, and reagent chemistry. Integration of these has transformed microscopy into a highly useful, dynamic research tool for biology and medicine. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The problem of 3D-reconstruction is encountered in both medical and industrial applications of X-ray tomography. It would seem natural to recover volume data by just repeating 2D-reconstructions slice-by-slice. LÄS MER
3. Development of Techniques for 3D Imaging with Focused Ion Beams - Hydrogen Depth Profiling and Microtomography with Applications in Geology
Sammanfattning : In nuclear microprobe experiments, high resolution maps of the measured parameter, e.g. element- or mass distribution, in a sample can be produced with a variety of ion beam analytical techniques. The principle underlying all the techniques is that ions at MeV energies are used as projectiles to cause interactions with the target material. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The structural analysis serves as a bridge to link the structure of materials to their properties. Revealing the structure details allows a better understanding on the growth mechanisms and properties of materials, and a further designed synthesis of functional materials. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Understanding dynamic mechanisms, morphology and behavior of bacteria are important to develop new therapeutics to cure diseases. For example, bacterial adhesion mechanisms are prerequisites for initiation of infections and for several bacterial strains this adhesion process is mediated by adhesive surface organelles, also known as fimbriae. LÄS MER