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13 June 2005 Reconstruction of in-line hologram by using iterative algorithm
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In-line holography is a simple approach for high resolution imaging. It has been extensively investigated due to it can effectively utilize the space-bandwidth of the digital recording instrument, such as CCD or CMOS. However, since the fact that the reference wave and the object wave are overlapped during the hologram was recorded, the reconstructed image is blurred by the ghost image. This shortcoming limits the applications of the in-line holography. Therefore, an effective reconstruction algorithm is important for generalizing the application of the in-line holography. In this presentation, some approaches based on the iterative phase retrieval algorithms are reported for in-line holograms reconstruction. Firstly, the YG algorithm and the GS algorithm are used to reconstruct pure absorption object from their in-line holograms, respectively. The differences between these two algorithms on in-line hologram reconstruction are analyzed. Then the GS algorithm is extended to reconstruct whole optical field form double or multiple holograms. At last, a new approach for reconstructing object from a hologram series is presented. Experimental results show that all these methods can reconstruct original object well.
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Yan Zhang "Reconstruction of in-line hologram by using iterative algorithm", Proc. SPIE 5856, Optical Measurement Systems for Industrial Inspection IV, (13 June 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.612411
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