Abstract

An optical transfer function consisting of a phase-only term and an optimized passband is synthesized for constructing an incoherent optical correlator for recognition of a noisy gray-tone image. The proposed incoherent correlator can yield a sharp correlation peak with excellent noise tolerance.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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