4 June 2003 Wavelet image enhancement applied to holographic data storage
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There are three modes of operation in a holographic data-storage system: recording, reconstruction and detection. Storage capacity is limited by diffraction, optical systems, interpage cross-talk, storage density and material quality. Wavelet image processing has the potential for reducing noise from optical scattering, lens aberration and crosstalk, as well as being potentially 3D. Wavelet image processing will be applied to holographic data storage to enhance 2D image resolution and potentially increase 3D storage capacity. This effort will apply wavelet image processing to holographic data storage at two levels (a) beam interaction in the photorefractive crystal; and (b) wavelet analysis and synthesis applied to holographic recording, reconstruction and detection.
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Katharine J. Jones, Katharine J. Jones, } "Wavelet image enhancement applied to holographic data storage", Proc. SPIE 5005, Practical Holography XVII and Holographic Materials IX, (4 June 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.473887; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.473887


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