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Deep Reinforcement Learning for Data-Driven Adaptive Scanning in Ptychography

by   Marcel Schloz, et al.
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

We present a method that lowers the dose required for a ptychographic reconstruction by adaptively scanning the specimen, thereby providing the required spatial information redundancy in the regions of highest importance. The proposed method is built upon a deep learning model that is trained by reinforcement learning (RL), using prior knowledge of the specimen structure from training data sets. We show that equivalent low-dose experiments using adaptive scanning outperform conventional ptychography experiments in terms of reconstruction resolution.


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