Abstract

We present different signal reconstruction techniques for implementation of compressive ghost imaging (CGI). The different techniques are validated on the data collected from ghost imaging with the pseudothermal light experimental system. Experiment results show that the technique based on total variance minimization gives high-quality reconstruction of the imaging object with less time consumption. The different performances among these reconstruction techniques and their parameter settings are also analyzed. The conclusion thus offers valuable information to promote the implementation of CGI in real applications.

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