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29 January 1988 Reconstruction Of Images Made Through Turbulent Media : Analysis And Comparison Of Selected Methods
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Several methods of image reconstruction from turbulently-distorted focal-plane intensity patterns are compared from the viewpoint of noise sensitivity, processing requirements, 4nd ability to deal with extended objects. Computer simulation of the Shift-and-Add method , with and without weighted deconvolution, yields poor results against extended targets. Computer simulation of the speckle interferometry method is carried out as far as correlogram construction; the experimentally meausred noise sensitivity of the phase-retrieval procedure leads to poor predicted image quality. A complete end-to-end simulation of the speckle masking method is shown in detail; the extended target image is reconstructed clearly and unambiguously.
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J. L. Rapier, C.C C. Liu, and D. C. Watson "Reconstruction Of Images Made Through Turbulent Media : Analysis And Comparison Of Selected Methods", Proc. SPIE 0828, Digital Image Recovery and Synthesis, (29 January 1988); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.942082
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