23 May 2011 A study of image quality for imagery generated by standard and hybrid intensity interferometers
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Phase retrieval is explored for image reconstruction using outputs from both a simulated intensity interferometer (II) and a hybrid system that combines the II outputs with partially resolved imagery from a traditional imaging telescope. Partially resolved imagery provides an additional constraint for the phase retrieval process, as well as an improved starting point for the algorithm. The benefits of this additional a priori information are explored, and when combined with standard constraints such as positivity and compact support include faster convergence, increased sensitivity, and improved image quality.
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Jeremy Murray-Krezan, Jeremy Murray-Krezan, Peter N. Crabtree, Peter N. Crabtree, Richard H. Picard, Richard H. Picard, } "A study of image quality for imagery generated by standard and hybrid intensity interferometers", Proc. SPIE 8044, Sensors and Systems for Space Applications IV, 80440Q (23 May 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.883458; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.883458
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