Compressive digital holography for reconstruction of partially occluded objects Conference Paper uri icon

abstract

  • Several researches have demonstrated that partially occluded objects may be imaged with help of 3-D imaging systems. Here, we formulate the partially occluded object recovery problem as a compressive sensing problem, where the sensing mechanism is based on the Fresnel transform that can be acquired by various holographic recording techniques. We show that a high resolution object can be reconstructed from its single hologram and discuss the influence of the occluding environment's structure on the object's reconstruction fidelity.

publication date

  • January 1, 2012