Publication detail

Advanced method of Scanning probe microscopy image restoration

ŠKARVADA, P.

Original Title

Advanced method of Scanning probe microscopy image restoration

English Title

Advanced method of Scanning probe microscopy image restoration

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The scanning probe microscopy techniques share the problem with finite tip dimensions. If the surface geometry is known, it is quite easy to determine the tip shape (in certain circumstances) and subsequently provide image restoration. The case when there is no need to subsequent tip shape determination scan is described in this paper. The knowledge of surface geometry allows us to determine accurate tip shape. The employed approach is a variation of Villarrubia's tip characterizer one. Additionally, it allows determine regions on restored image where the uncertainty of the surface reconstruction is too high.

English abstract

The scanning probe microscopy techniques share the problem with finite tip dimensions. If the surface geometry is known, it is quite easy to determine the tip shape (in certain circumstances) and subsequently provide image restoration. The case when there is no need to subsequent tip shape determination scan is described in this paper. The knowledge of surface geometry allows us to determine accurate tip shape. The employed approach is a variation of Villarrubia's tip characterizer one. Additionally, it allows determine regions on restored image where the uncertainty of the surface reconstruction is too high.

Keywords

Scanning near-field optical microscopy, tip shape, topography restoration

RIV year

2009

Released

24.04.2009

Publisher

NOVPRESS

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-214-3869-9

Book

Proceedings of the 15th conference Student EEICT 2004 volume 3

Edition number

1

Pages from

166

Pages to

170

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT30190,
  author="Pavel {Škarvada}",
  title="Advanced method of Scanning probe microscopy image restoration",
  annote="The scanning probe microscopy techniques share the problem with finite tip dimensions. If the surface geometry is known, it is quite easy to determine the tip shape (in certain circumstances) and subsequently provide image restoration. The case when there is no need to subsequent tip shape determination scan is described in this paper. The knowledge of surface geometry allows us to determine accurate tip shape. The employed approach is a variation of Villarrubia's tip characterizer one. Additionally, it allows determine regions on restored image where the uncertainty of the surface reconstruction is too high.",
  address="NOVPRESS",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 15th conference Student EEICT 2004 volume 3",
  chapter="30190",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="NOVPRESS",
  year="2009",
  month="april",
  pages="166--170",
  publisher="NOVPRESS",
  type="conference paper"
}