标题:Fast Reference Phase Extraction and Wave-front Reconstruction for Generalized Phase-shifting Interferometry
作者:Xu, Xian-feng; Cai, Lu-zhong; Wang, Yu-rong; Li, Dai-lin; Yan, Ru-sen
通讯作者:Xu, XF
作者机构:[Xu, Xian-feng; Li, Dai-lin] China Univ Petr E China, Coll Phys Sci & Technol, Dongying 257061, Peoples R China.; [Cai, Lu-zhong; Wang, Yu-rong; Yan 更多
会议名称:International Conference on Advanced Phase Measurement Methods in Optics and Imaging
会议日期:MAY 16-21, 2010
来源:INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED PHASE MEASUREMENT METHODS IN OPTICS AN IMAGING
出版年:2010
卷:1236
页码:339-+
关键词:Holographic interferometry; Image reconstruction; Image forming and; processing; Phase retrieval
摘要:An important approach of complex wave reconstruction in generalized phase-shifting interferometry (GPSI) with arbitrary unknown phase shifts is the combination of two (a conventional and an inverse) least square methods (LSMs), where the conventional LSM requires the calculation of solving a set of least square equations for each pixel in each iteration, giving rise to a heavy computation burden. Here a much-simplified algorithm is suggested to extract reference phase and then reconstruct object wave-front by replacing the conventional LSM in above process with our specially derived wave reconstruction formulae for GPSI. In this method, only one least-square equation is needed in each iteration to retrieve the reference phase, and the object phase can be calculated analytically and simultaneously. The feasibility and effectiveness of this algorithm have been verified by computer simulations with both the smooth and diffusing objects. The results show that this innovation can save computing time by about 20 times compared with previous two-LSM algorithm while still ensures its high precision. This approach can be used for GPSI with three or more frames in the wide range of unknown positive or negative phase shifts. Optical experiment:; have also made with satisfactory results.
收录类别:CPCI-S;SCOPUS
Scopus被引频次:1
资源类型:会议论文;期刊论文
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