1 April 2005 Reconstruction of irregularly sampled interferograms in Fourier transform spectrometry with unknown sampling locations
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Optical Engineering, 44(4), 048201 (2005). doi:10.1117/1.1882355
Abstract
We propose an algorithm for reconstructing nonuniformly sampled interferograms when sampling locations are unknown. An optimization problem with multiple objective and constraint functions is designed based on the spatial and spectral characteristics of the data measurement. This problem is solved using an evolutionary approach, in which potential solutions are competing to be the fittest individual in a simulated natural environment.
Jialin Tian, Monson H. Hayes, "Reconstruction of irregularly sampled interferograms in Fourier transform spectrometry with unknown sampling locations," Optical Engineering 44(4), 048201 (1 April 2005). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1882355
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Reconstruction algorithms

Fourier transforms

Evolutionary algorithms

Mirrors

Optical engineering

Spectroscopy

Error analysis

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