Abstract

Fourier phase-retrieval algorithms are modified and applied to in-line holography, where phase is lost during the hologram recording process. Retrieval of phase permits separation of real-object distributions from the twin-image interference that accompanies conventional optical reconstruction. The rate of convergence is enhanced by the availability of a good initial guess based on the digital equivalent of conventional optical reconstruction.

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