1. Analysis of the effects of different resampling techniques for optical coherence tomography

    Analysis of the effects of different resampling techniques for optical coherence tomography

    Fourier domain optical coherence tomography (FD-OCT) uses interferometry and spatially coherent, polychromatic light to acquire cross-sectional images of scattering media such as biological tissue. Phase-sensitive derivatives of FD-OCT, such as spectral domain phase microscopy (SDPM), can perform quantitative phase imaging of cellular dynamics with sub-Angstrom sensitivity. FD-OCT and SDPM images are generated by taking the Fourier Transform of the raw spectral interferogram; the accuracy of the reconstruction depends on the choice of processing algorithms used, system noise, calibration and quantization errors. To decrease the processing time, the Fast Fourier transform (FFT) algorithm can be applied when the data are evenly ...

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