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p>[HTML] Dynamic Aberration Correction for Conformal Window of High-Speed Aircraft Using Optimized Model-Based Wavefront Sensorless Adaptive Optics

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p>B Dong, Y Li, X Han, B Hu – Sensors, 2016

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p>Abstract: For high-speed aircraft, a conformal window is used to optimize the aerodynamic 

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p>performance. However, the local shape of the conformal window leads to large amounts of 

dynamic aberrations varying with look angle. In this paper, deformable mirror (DM) and …

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p>Devices and methods for wavefront sensing and corneal topography

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p>SJ Steven, JY Kim – US Patent 9,427,156, 2016

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p>Devices and methods for wavefront sensing and keratometry are described. A device 

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p>includes a lens assembly, a wavefront sensor, and a keratometer. The wavefront sensor 

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p>includes: the lens assembly; a first light source configured to emit first light and transfer the …

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p>Dual-wavelength common-path digital holographic microscopy for quantitative phase imaging based on lateral shearing interferometry

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p>J Di, Y Li, M Xie, J Zhang, C Ma, T Xi, E Li, J Zhao – Applied Optics, 2016

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p>… One way to solve this problem is with the in-line common-path configuration of digital holography. …

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p>As an important approach to remove the phase ambiguity in the numerical propagating wavefronts,

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p>dual-wavelength digital holography was first introduced by Wagner et al. …

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p>[HTML] Architecture for one-shot compressive imaging using computer-generated holograms

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p>AJ Macfaden, SJ Kindness, TD Wilkinson – Applied Optics, 2016

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p>… OCIS Categories: Holography; Holography (090.0090); Diffractive optics (090.1970);

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p>Imaging systems; Computational imaging (110.1758). About this Article History: … holograms.

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p>Fourier holography is a special case of coherent diffractive optics. …

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p>Simulation study of dual-space microscopy

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p>DB Desai, MV Zhelyeznyakov, SAS Alanzi… – Applied Optics, 2016

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p>High power laser imaging systems

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p>RJ Martinsen, SR Karlsen, SA Lerner – US Patent 9,429,742, 2016

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p>An imaging system for use with an input light beam having power of 2 kW or greater and a 

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p>predetermined intensity profile across at least on axis transverse to a propagation axis 

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p>thereof, includes a mask disposed in relation to the input light beam, the mask configured …

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p>Extending depth of field for hybrid imaging systems via the use of both dark and dot point spread functions

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p>LV Nhu, Z Fan, S Chen, F Dang – Applied Optics, 2016

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p>Abstract In this paper, we propose one method based on the use of both dark and dot point 

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p>spread functions (PSFs) to extend depth of field in hybrid imaging systems. Two different 

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p>phase modulations of two phase masks are used to generate both dark and dot PSFs. The …

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p>[PDF] Nanoscale thermal imaging of dissipation in quantum systems

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p>D Halbertal, J Cuppens, MB Shalom, L Embon… – arXiv preprint arXiv: …, 2016

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p>Abstract: Energy dissipation is a fundamental process governing the dynamics of physical, 

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p>chemical, and biological systems. It is also one of the main characteristics distinguishing 

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p>quantum and classical phenomena. In condensed matter physics, in particular, scattering ..

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p>[PDF] Monte-Carlo modelling of multi-object adaptive optics performance on the European Extremely Large Telescope

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p>A Basden, T Morris – arXiv preprint arXiv:1609.02476, 2016

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p>Abstract: The performance of a wide-field adaptive optics system depends on input design 

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p>parameters. Here we investigate the performance of a multi-object adaptive optics system 

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p>design for the European Extremely Large Telescope, using an end-to-end Monte-Carlo …

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p>[HTML] Coherence-Gated Sensorless Adaptive Optics Multiphoton Retinal Imaging

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p>M Cua, DJ Wahl, Y Zhao, S Lee, S Bonora… – Scientific Reports, 2016

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p>Abstract Multiphoton microscopy enables imaging deep into scattering tissues. The efficient 

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p>generation of non-linear optical effects is related to both the pulse duration (typically on the 

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p>order of femtoseconds) and the size of the focused spot. Aberrations introduced by …

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p>Double Encryption of Binary Image using a Random Phase Mask and Two-step Phase-shifting Digital Holography

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p>C Kim – Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, 2016

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p>Abstract In this paper, double encryption technique of binary image using random phase 

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p>mask and 2-step phase-shifting digital holography is proposed. After phase modulating of 

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p>binary image, firstly, random phase mask to be used as key image is generated through …

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p>Digital holographic metrology based on multi-angle interferometry

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p>J Dong, C Jiang, S Jia – Optics Letters, 2016

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p>… Digital holography has been developed significantly during the past few decades, and holography

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p>has become more practical and available without complicated chemical processing [1], thus

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p>leading to many applications such as three-dimensional (3D) imaging, digital …

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p>[HTML] 3D Holographic Observatory for Long-term Monitoring of Complex Behaviors in Drosophila

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p>SS Kumar, Y Sun, S Zou, J Hong – Scientific Reports, 2016

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p>… Digital Inline Holography (DIH), primarily a microscopic imaging technique, has emerged as an

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p>effective and compact tool to obtain 3D information of objects with both high spatial resolution

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p>and extended depth of field, ie more than 3 orders higher than traditional microscopy …

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p>[HTML] Viewpoint: Ghost imaging with x rays

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p>D Saldin – Physics, 2016

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p>… But there is some hope of measuring the phase directly in x-ray diffraction imaging

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p>by borrowing concepts from holography and from the techniques proposed here,

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p>especially Yu and co-workers’ technique. In holography, the …

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p>Off-axis digital holographic particle positioning based on polarization-sensitive wavefront curvature estimation

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p>J Öhman, M Sjödahl – Applied Optics, 2016

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p>… By recording scattered light at 90° using off-axis holography, the complex amplitude

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p>of the light is obtained. By reconstruction of the imaged scene, a complex valued

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p>volume is produced. … B. Off-axis Holography and Reconstruction. …

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p>How many times should a paper be reconsidered?: editorial

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p>R Driggers, F Pietrarca, M Mameli, S Filippeschi… – Applied Optics, 2016

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p>… Imaging Systems. Common-path optical coherence tomography using a microelectromechanical-

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p>system-based endoscopic probe. … Geometric Optics (1); Image Processing (5); Imaging Systems

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p>(2); Instrumentation, Measurement, and Metrology (11); Lasers and Laser Optics (2); …

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p>Design of a phase contrast imaging diagnostic for the Wendelstein 7-X stellarator

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p>EM Edlund, M Porkolab, O Grulke, C Sehren – Bulletin of the American Physical …, 2016

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p>… PCI method have been described in numerous past publications [1,2]. In W7-X the PCI system

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p>will have two imaging systems differing only in the angle of the spatial mask that selects for

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p>magnetic pitch angle, and will produce measurements of poloidal and radial correlations. …

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p>Proximity operators for phase retrieval

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p>F Soulez, É Thiébaut, A Schutz, A Ferrari, F Courbin… – Applied Optics, 2016

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p>Abstract We present a new formulation of a family of proximity operators that generalize the 

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p>projector step for phase retrieval. These proximity operators for noisy intensity 

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p>measurements can replace the classical “noise-free” projection in any projection-based …

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p>Imaging Flash Lidar for Autonomous Safe Landing and Spacecraft Proximity Operation

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p>F Amzajerdian, VE Roback, PF Brewster, GD Hines… – AIAA SPACE 2016, 2016

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p>… SR is a well-established technique for enhancing two-dimensional (2-D) images, and over the

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p>years a large number of algorithms have been developed for processing intensity images

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p>produced by different types of imaging systems.35,36 With the emergence of flash lidar …

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p>Adaptive optics–basic optical principles

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p>K Irsch – Acta Ophthalmologica, 2016

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p>Summary Adaptive Optics (AO) refers to a technique to compensate for distortions caused by 

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p>optical aberrations in the media between the camera and the object being imaged. It was 

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p>originally developed for use in astronomical telescopes to compensate for optical …

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p>High resolution adaptive optics retinal image analysis in early‐stage central areolar choroidal dystrophy with a PRPH2 mutation

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p>K Gocho, N Itoh, K Akeo, S Kameya, T Hayashi… – Acta Ophthalmologica, 2016

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p>Purpose To report clinical features in Japanese patients with early stage (stage 1 and 2) 

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p>central areolar choroidal dystrophy (CACD). Methods Five family members participated in 

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p>this study. We performed comprehensive ophthalmic examination, including adaptive …

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p>Phase retrieval deblurring for imaging of dense object within a low scattering soft biological tissue

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p>MA Shalev, Y Rivenson, A Meiri, Z Zalevsky – Journal of Biomedical Optics, 2016

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p>Abstract. Tissues are characterized by a strong scattering of visible optical radiation, which 

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p>prevents one from achieving deep-tissue imaging. We propose a computational imaging 

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p>technique for the inference of specific macroscopic, spatial phase distribution features of …

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p>2D Hilbert transform for phase retrieval of speckle fields

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p>MP Gorsky, PA Ryabyi, DI Ivanskyi – SPIE Optical Engineering+ Applications, 2016

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p>abstract The paper presents principal approaches to diagnosing the structure forming 

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p>skeleton of the complex optical field. An analysis of optical field singularity algorithms 

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p>depending on intensity discretization and image resolution has been carried out. An …

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p>[HTML] Memory-effect based deconvolution microscopy for super-resolution imaging through scattering media

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p>E Edrei, G Scarcelli – Scientific Reports, 2016

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p>… To achieve this, we demonstrate a novel microscopy technique enabled by the optical

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p>memory effect that uses a deconvolution image processing and thus it does not require

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p>iterative focusing, scanning or phase retrieval procedures. …

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p>[PDF] Exploiting scattering media for exploring 3-D objects

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p>AK Singh, DN Naik, G Pedrini – 2016

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p>… can be reconstructed using a phase retrieval algorithm [35]. The intensity correlation

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p>techniques were demonstrated … and controllable depth of focus. To avoid the

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p>computational burden of a 3-D phase retrieval algorithm and the ..

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p>[HTML] Precise and fast spatial-frequency analysis using the iterative local Fourier transform

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p>S Lee, H Choi, DW Kim – Optics Express, 2016

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p>… The ilFT method can be applied to various types of spectral analysis (eg, interferogram

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p>conditioning and phase retrieval in optical metrology [23]) that require both calculation efficiency

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p>and high-precision capability within the spectral range of interest. Acknowledgments. …

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p>Understanding local forces in electrophoretic ink systems: utilizing optical tweezers to explore electrophoretic display devices

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p>DL Wei, MR Dickinson, N Smith, HF Gleeson – SPIE Nanoscience+ Engineering, 2016

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p>… It may be concluded from Equation (2) that using velocimetry techniques one could calculate

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p>the electric field, however, in many particle systems there will … lens is housed in a Leica DM-IRB

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p>inverted microscope, which also provides the necessary optics to allow imaging of the …

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p>Learning to Analyze Medical Images: A Smart Adaptive Learning Environment for an Ill-Defined Domain

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p>S Johnson, OR Zaiane – Innovations in Smart Learning, 2017

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p>… Keywords: Smart Learning Environments, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Adaptive Feedback,

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p>Gamification, Medical Imaging, Serious Games, Reinforcement Learning 1 Introduction

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p>Analysis of medical images is an important tool in modern medicine. …

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p>Design of super-resolving lenses in far-field imaging

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p>NC Lozano-Rincón, NA Ochoa – Optics Communications, 2017

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p>… Design of super-resolving lenses in far-field imaging. … peak reduction of the PSF, at the cost of

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p>increasing the secondary side lobes and reducing the central core intensity dramatically [5].

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p>Super-resolution methods deal with the PSF core reduction of optical systems limited by …

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p>Wavefront phase retrieval with multi-aperture Zernike filter for atmospheric sensing and adaptive optics applications

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p>B Bordbar, NH Farwell, MA Vorontsov – SPIE Optical Engineering+ Applications, 2016

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p>abstract A novel scintillation resistant wavefront sensor based on a densely packed array of 

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p>classical Zernike filters, referred to as the multi-aperture Zernike wavefront sensor (MAZ-

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p>WFS), is introduced and analyzed through numerical simulations. Wavefront phase …

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p>Digital holography wavefront sensing in the pupil-plane recording geometry for distributed-volume atmospheric aberrations

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p>MT Banet, MF Spencer, RA Raynor, DK Marker – SPIE Optical Engineering+ …, 2016

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p>abstract Digital holography in the pupil-plane recording geometry shows promise as a 

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p>wavefront sensor for use in adaptive-optics systems. Because current wavefront sensors 

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p>suffer from decreased performance in the presence of turbulence and thermal blooming, …

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p>Complex wavefront sensing with a plenoptic sensor

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p>C Wu, J Ko, CC Davis – SPIE Optical Engineering+ Applications, 2016

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p>abstract There are many techniques to achieve basic wavefront sensing tasks in the weak 

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p>atmospheric turbulence regime. However, in strong and deep turbulence situations, the 

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p>complexity of a propagating wavefront increases significantly. Typically, beam breakup …

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p>Wavefront measurement of vortex beam using ptychographic phase retrieval

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p>T Saito, Y Takeo, H Mimura – SPIE Optical Engineering+ Applications, 2016

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p>abstract For vortex beams, characterization and optimization of the optical system are 

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p>important. However, wavefront measurements on focused vortex beams are difficult because 

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p>they have complex phase and intensity distributions. As a measurement method, we …

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p>[HTML] Adaptive laser-induced ultrasound generation using a micro-mirror array spatial light modulator

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p>F Schmieder, L Büttner, J Czarske – Optics Express, 2016

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p>… Since the referencing of the impinging laser beam with Hartmann-Shack wavefront sensors or

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p>with holography data is experimentally quite difficult, we use another step of phase retrieval for

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p>the determination of the original amplitude and phase distribution according to [24]. …

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p>[HTML] Holography with a neutron interferometer

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p>D Sarenac, MG Huber, B Heacock, M Arif, CW Clark… – Optics Express, 2016

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p>Abstract We use a Mach-Zehnder interferometer to perform neutron holography of a spiral 

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p>phase plate. The object beam passes through a spiral phase plate, acquiring the phase twist 

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p>characteristic of orbital angular momentum states. The reference beam passes through a …

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p>Wavefront sensing for anisotropic turbulence using digital holography

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p>ST Thurman, P Gatt, T Alley – SPIE Optical Engineering+ Applications, 2016

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p>abstract We report on digital holographic imaging through atmospheric turbulence. Data 

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p>recorded with aberrations is corrected during post processing using an iterative sharpness-

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p>metric maximization algorithm. Assuming the correction cancels the actual wavefront error, …

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p>Design of wide-field imaging shack Hartmann testbed

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p>LH Schatz, RP Scott, RS Bronson, LRW Sanchez… – SPIE Optical Engineering+ …, 2016

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p>… the optical aberration is roughly constant. For imaging systems that require a

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p>corrected field of view larger than the isoplanatic angle, a three-dimensional estimate

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p>of the aberration is required. We are developing a wide-field …

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p>Two-Point Resolution with Partially Coherent Light for Polarization Imaging

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p>X Hu, W Wang – Imaging Systems and Applications, 2016

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p>Abstract Multi-wavelength Fresnel digital holography is used to extract 3D features of objects 

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p>imaged using a confocal system. The computed phase around the image plane using the 

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p>synthetic wavelength gives the depth of the original object.

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p>[PDF] New Frontiers in Retinal Imaging

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p>Z Hu, Q Liu, YM Paulus – International Journal of Ophthalmic Research, 2016

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p>… SLO has been significantly improved through integration to AO, called Adaptive Optics Scanning

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p>Laser Ophthalmoscope (AOSLO). AO is used in retinal imaging systems to compensate for optical

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p>aberrations through a wave front-sensing technology and a deformable mirror. …

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p>Improving wavefront sensing with a Shack–Hartmann device

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p>M Rais, JM Morel, C Thiebaut, JM Delvit, G Facciolo – Applied Optics, 2016

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p>Abstract To achieve higher resolutions, current earth observation satellites use larger, 

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p>lightweight primary mirrors that can deform over time, affecting the image quality. To 

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p>overcome this problem, we evaluated the possibility of combining a deformable mirror with …

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p>[PDF] NOVEL WAVEFRONT SENSING STRATEGIES FOR STRONG ATMOSPHERIC TURBULENCE

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p>K Stein, S Gładysz, A Zepp, E Anzuola, M Segel

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p>ABSTRACT: Atmospheric effects limit the performance of any electro-optical (EO) system. 

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p>Tasks such as laser communication and delivery of directed energy are significantly affected 

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p>by turbulence and refraction. A correction of atmospheric effects on the propagation of …

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p>Wavefront reconstruction based on quadrant binary phase plate with single far field

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p>S Wang, P Yang, L Dong, B Xu – SPIE Optical Engineering+ Applications, 2016

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p>abstract Phase retrieval is a simple and concise way of reconstructing wavefront, especially 

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p>the method based on single far field formed by just a lens. However, for the symmetry of 

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p>Zernike polynomial aberrations, light with different wavefront could form the same far-field …

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p>Widefield fluorescence microscopy with sensor-based conjugate adaptive optics using oblique back illumination

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p>J Li, TG Bifano, J Mertz – Journal of Biomedical Optics, 2016

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p>Abstract. We describe a wavefront sensor strategy for the implementation of adaptive optics 

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p>(AO) in microscope applications involving thick, scattering media. The strategy is based on 

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p>the exploitation of multiple scattering to provide oblique back illumination of the wavefront- …

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p>Adaptive optics full-field optical coherence tomography

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p>P Xiao, M Fink, AC Boccara – Journal of Biomedical Optics, 2016

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p>Abstract. We describe a simple and compact full-field optical coherence tomography 

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p>(FFOCT) setup coupled to a transmissive liquid crystal spatial light modulator (LCSLM) to 

induce or correct aberrations. To reduce the system complexity, strict pupil conjugation …

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