Iterative learning procedures on a hybrid electro-optic system can be employed to generate holograms on inexpensive liquid-crystal-television spatial light modulators. The algorithm takes into account random electronic noise in the system and compensates for spatial-light-modulator distortions. Experimental results are given for the reconstruction of intensity distribution, and computer simulations demonstrate the possibility of a complete complex amplitude reconstruction.
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