Robust Entangled-Photon Ghost Imaging with Compressive Sensing
AbstractThis work experimentally demonstrates that the imaging quality of quantum ghost imaging (GI) with entangled photons can be significantly improved by properly handling the errors caused by the imperfection of optical devices. We also consider compressive GI to reduce the number of measurements and thereby the data acquisition time. The image reconstruction is formulated as a sparse total least square problem which is solved with an iterative algorithm. Our experiments show that, compared with existing methods, the new method can achieve a significant performance gain in terms of mean square error and peak signal–noise ratio. View Full-Text
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Li, J.; Gao, W.; Qian, J.; Guo, Q.; Xi, J.; Ritz, C.H. Robust Entangled-Photon Ghost Imaging with Compressive Sensing. Sensors 2019, 19, 192.
Li J, Gao W, Qian J, Guo Q, Xi J, Ritz CH. Robust Entangled-Photon Ghost Imaging with Compressive Sensing. Sensors. 2019; 19(1):192.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Jun; Gao, Wenyu; Qian, Jiachuan; Guo, Qinghua; Xi, Jiangtao; Ritz, Christian H. 2019. "Robust Entangled-Photon Ghost Imaging with Compressive Sensing." Sensors 19, no. 1: 192.
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