Abstract

A blind deconvolution problem is newly stated with the following conditions: the point-spread function is band limited, both the object and the point-spread function are nonnegative, and the solution is to be a diffraction-limited object. A blind deconvolution method was developed that can easily be applied to problems in optics because of the conditions used. The performance of the method is investigated with computer simulations.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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