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A mathematical optimization problem, inspired by an apparent paradox in the physics of optical measurement. Read the micro-publication here: https://andrewgyork.github.io/adaptive_interference_inference
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What is the signal-to-noise ratio of phase-contrast imaging? Can it be infinite?

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A scientific publication, describing a puzzle which tackles an apparent paradox in the physics of optical measurement. Read the publication here: https://calico.github.io/adaptive_interference_inference (hosted via the Calico Labs institutional GitHub account) or here: https://andrewgyork.github.io/adaptive_interference_inference (hosted via Andrew York's personal GitHub account)

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  • Code which implements part of the puzzle (in the code directory). You can run and modify this code to explore the apparent paradox.

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