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8 July 1994 Use of an opacity constraint in three-dimensional imaging
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Three-dimensional imaging provides profile information not available with conventional 2D imaging. Many 3D objects of interest are opaque to the illuminating radiation, meaning that the object exhibits surface, as opposed to volume, scattering. We investigate the use of an opacity constraint to perform 3D phase retrieval. The use of an opacity constraint in conjunction with frequency-diverse pupil-plane speckle measurements to reconstruct a 3D object constitutes a novel unconventional-imaging concept. This imaging modality avoids the difficulties associated with making phase measurements at a cost of increased computations.
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Richard G. Paxman, John H. Seldin, James R. Fienup, and Joseph C. Marron "Use of an opacity constraint in three-dimensional imaging", Proc. SPIE 2241, Inverse Optics III, (8 July 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.179730
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