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Exascale image processing for next-generation beamlines in advanced light sources

The development of time-resolved, multiscale and multi-modal X-ray imaging techniques at advanced light sources raises challenges on the data processing end — but image processing methods from other research areas will help.

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Dong, Y., Li, C., Zhang, Y. et al. Exascale image processing for next-generation beamlines in advanced light sources. Nat Rev Phys (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42254-022-00465-z

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