Abstract

The reconstruction resilience of a Projected Gradient Method (PGM), POCS and TwIST to randomly subsampled image wavefields is investigated. POCS and PGM do not consider noisy data, but they return a better reconstruction than TwIST.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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