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Computational super-resolution phase retrieval from multiple phase-coded diffraction patterns: Simulation study and experiments

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Computational super-resolution phase retrieval from multiple phase-coded diffraction patterns : Simulation study and experiments. / Katkovnik, Vladimir; Shevkunov, Igor; Petrov, Nikolay V.; Egiazarian, Karen.

In: Optica, Vol. 4, No. 7, 20.07.2017, p. 786-794.

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title = "Computational super-resolution phase retrieval from multiple phase-coded diffraction patterns: Simulation study and experiments",
abstract = "In this paper, we consider computational super-resolution inverse diffraction phase retrieval. The optical setup is lensless, with a spatial light modulator for aperture phase coding. The paper is focused on experimental tests of the super-resolution sparse phase amplitude retrieval algorithm. We start from simulations and proceed to physical experiments. Both simulation tests and experiments demonstrate good-quality imaging for super-resolution with a factor of 4 and a serious advantage over diffraction-limited resolution as defined by Abbe’s criterion.",
keywords = "Discrete optical signal processing, Image processing, Noise in imaging systems, Phase retrieval, Superresolution",
author = "Vladimir Katkovnik and Igor Shevkunov and Petrov, {Nikolay V.} and Karen Egiazarian",
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