Abstract

We consider a fluorescence microscope in which several three-dimensional images of a sample are recorded for different speckle illuminations. We show, on synthetic data, that by summing the positive deconvolution of each speckle image, one obtains a sample reconstruction with axial and transverse resolutions that compare favorably to that of an ideal confocal microscope.

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