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Author Rivenson, Yair
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Compressive Fresnel Holography ♦ Special Sampling Scheme ♦ Abstract Compressive Sensing ♦ Digital Fresnel Holography ♦ New Measurement Paradigm ♦ High-dimensional Object ♦ Fresnel Digital Holography ♦ Variable Density Sampling ♦ Improved Result ♦ Index Term Compressive Imaging ♦ Successful Application ♦ Essential Aspect
Abstract Abstract — Compressive sensing is a relatively new measurement paradigm which seeks to capture the “essential” aspects of a high-dimensional object using as few measurements as possible. In this work we demonstrate successful application of compressive sensing framework to digital Fresnel holography. It is shown that when applying compressive sensing approach to Fresnel fields a special sampling scheme should be adopted for improved results. Index Terms—Compressive Imaging, Fresnel digital holography, Variable density sampling.
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Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study