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Fresnel coherent diffractive imaging (FCDI) is a relatively recent addition to the suite of imaging tools available at third generation x-ray sources. It shares the strengths of other coherent diffractive techniques: resolution limits that are independent of focusing optics, single-plane measurement and high dose efficiency. The more challenging experimental geometry and detailed reconstruction algorithms of FCDI provide enhanced numerical stability and convergence properties to the iterativedoi:10.1088/1367-2630/12/3/035020 fatcat:twal3fh5gvarzjjz7a4vk5omye