Automatic Atom Identification in STM images
The "Automatic atom identification in STM images" is a software for the automatic localization and recognition of atoms in high-resolution STM images of crystal lattice surfaces, showing the coexistence of different atomic layers and species. It utilizes image processing for artifact removal and the identification of the basic crystal structure and applied machine learning for the classification of the different atomic species.
Perasso A, Toraci C, Massone A M, Piana M, Gerbi A, Buzio R, Kawale S, Bellingeri E and Ferdeghini C
An automatic method for atom identification in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy images of Fe-chalcogenide superconductors
Journal of Microscopy , Vol. 260, Issue 3, pp. 302–311, 2015.
The "Automatic atom identification in STM images" is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.