An Introduction to Computational Ghost Imaging with Example Code
Technical Report,01 Dec 2018,01 Jan 2019
US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory Aberdeen Proving Ground United States
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Ghost imaging GI is a novel technique where an object is indirectly imaged using a bucket detector to collect light reflected from or transmitted through an object. This is particularly useful in harsh environments where traditional imaging will fail. This report introduces and compares a number of GI techniques, including traditional GI, computational GI and its variants, structured illumination, and denoising. In addition, compressive sensing reconstruction is presented and compared with GI. Example MATLAB code is provided to reproduce many of the reports simulations.
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