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Clarity Deconvolution Library 1.0
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Clarity is an open-source C/C++ library implementing many of the common deconvolution algorithms used in fluorescence microscopy. It is designed specifically for processing 3D images generated from optical sectioning. Clarity uses multithreaded algorithms to make full use of all the cores on modern multi-core computer systems. For even greater performance, the deconvolution algorithms can optionally run on commodity graphics processing units that feature hundreds of computing cores. Support for acceleration on graphics processing units is currently available on NVIDIA graphics cards.
The latest source code is available on GitHub.