Abstract

Triple-correlation values are obtained as a combination of second-order factorial moments of the triggered photocount distribution. The signal-to-noise ratio obtained from this kind of measurement is smaller than that obtained from direct calculation of the triple correlation for small time-delay values.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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