Abstract

An inverse filter for image processing can be realized holographically on a single photographic plate: the Fourier hologram recording arrangement is modified by attenuating the object and reference waves by an amplitude filter. Thereby the setup can be shortened and the adjustment is simplified.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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