Se Hoon Lim (Duke University), “Compressive Holography”, 2012

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Se Hoon Lim (Duke University), “Compressive Holography”, 2012

Se Hoon Lim (Duke University), “Compressive Holography”, Advisor: David J. Brady, 2012

Compressive holography estimates images from incomplete data by using sparsity priors. Compressive holography combines digital holography and compressive sensing. Digital holography consists of computational image estimation from data captured by an electronic focal plane array. Compressive sensing enables accurate data reconstruction by prior knowledge on desired signal. Computational and optical co-design optimally supports compressive holography in the joint computational and optical domain.

This dissertation explores two examples of compressive holography: estimation of 3D tomographic images from 2D data and estimation of images from under sampled apertures.  For more details, please read the full thesis or contact the author.

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