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Visualization and natural control systems for microscopy

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  • Russell M. Taylor
  • David Borland
  • Frederick P. Brooks
  • Mike Falvo
  • Kevin Jeffay
  • Gail Jones
  • David Marshburn
  • Stergios J. Papadakis
  • Lu Chang Qin
  • Adam Seeger
  • F. Donelson Smith
  • Dianne Sonnenwald
  • Richard Superfine
  • Sean Washburn
  • Chris Weigle
  • Mary Whitton
  • Leandra Vicci
  • Martin Guthold
  • Tom Hudson
  • Phillip Williams
  • Og 2 flere
  • Warren Robinett
  • Diane H. Sonnenwald

This chapter presents these microscope systems, along with brief descriptions of the science experiments driving the development of each system. Beginning with a discussion of the philosophy that has driven the Nanoscale Science Research Group (NSRG) and the methods used, the chapter describes the lessons learned during system development, including both useful directions and blind alleys. The first lesson is to begin software development at least as soon as hardware development. The second lesson is to partner with experts in required technologies. The NSRG attempts to use the best available computer technology to develop effective systems for use by the physical science team, which then become cost-effective and can be deployed on widely available hardware as technology marches on. The chapter also describes techniques to enable telemicroscopy in the context of remote experiments and outreach. © 2005

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelVisualization Handbook
Antal sider26
ForlagElsevier
Publikationsdato1 dec. 2005
Sider893-918
ISBN (Trykt)9780123875822
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 1 dec. 2005

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