Abstract

Sampling and reconstruction techniques are of special interest and importance in ghost imaging. Up to now, the transverse correlation scale of measurement matrices are usually constant. This paper explores a new possibility of constructing highly efficient measurement matrices with multi-correlation scales. Comparisons between the simulational and experimental results show that the multi-correlation-scale measurement matrices are highly efficient and accurate in sampling and image reconstruction and have a better antinoise ability than the existing constant-correlation-scale measurement matrices.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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