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Image reconstruction from undersampled confocal microscopy data using multiresolution based maximum entropy regularization

Francis, B and Mathew, M and Arigovindan, M (2019) Image reconstruction from undersampled confocal microscopy data using multiresolution based maximum entropy regularization. In: JOURNAL OF INSTRUMENTATION, 14 .

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We consider the problem of reconstructing 2D images from randomly under-sampled confocal microscopy samples. The well known and widely celebrated total variation regularization, which is the l(1) norm of derivatives, turns out to be unsuitable for this problem; it is unable to handle both noise and under-sampling together. This issue is linked with the notion of phase transition phenomenon observed in compressive sensing research, which is essentially the break-down of total variation methods, when sampling density gets lower than certain threshold. The severity of this breakdown is determined by the so-called mutual incoherence between the derivative operators and measurement operator. In our problem, the mutual incoherence is low, and hence the total variation regularization gives serious artifacts in the presence of noise even when the sampling density is not very low. There has been very few attempts in developing regularization methods that perform better than total variation regularization for this problem. We develop a multi-resolution based regularization method that is adaptive to image structure. In our approach, the desired reconstruction is formulated as a series of coarse-to-fine multi-resolution reconstructions; for reconstruction at each level, the regularization is constructed to be adaptive to the image structure, where the information for adaption is obtained from the reconstruction obtained at coarser resolution level. This adaptation is achieved by using maximum entropy principle, where the required adaptive regularization is determined as the maximizer of entropy subject to the information extracted from the coarse reconstruction as constraints. We also utilize the directionally adaptive second order derivatives for constructing the regularization with directions guided by the given coarse reconstruction, which leads to an improved suppression of artifacts. We demonstrate the superiority of the proposed regularization method over existing ones using several reconstruction examples.

Item Type: Journal Article
Additional Information: copyright for this article belongs to IOP PUBLISHING LTD
Keywords: Image reconstruction in medical imaging; Data reduction methods
Department/Centre: Division of Electrical Sciences > Electrical Engineering
Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2019 06:39
Last Modified: 29 Aug 2019 06:39
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ac.in/id/eprint/63425

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