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Reconstruction of purely absorbing, absorbing and phase-shifting, and strong phase-shifting objects from their single-shot in-line holograms


Latychevskaia, Tatiana; Fink, Hans-Werner (2015). Reconstruction of purely absorbing, absorbing and phase-shifting, and strong phase-shifting objects from their single-shot in-line holograms. Applied Optics, 54(13):3925.

Abstract

We address the problem of reconstructing phase-shifting objects from their single-shot in-line holograms. We show that a phase-shifting object cannot be reliably recovered from its in-line hologram by noniterative reconstruction routines and that an iterative reconstruction should be applied. We demonstrate examples of simulated in-line holograms of objects with the following properties: purely absorbing, absorbing and phase shifting, and strong phase-shifting. We investigate the effects of noise and interference contrast in holograms on the reconstruction results and discuss details of an optimal iterative procedure to quantitatively recover the correct absorbing and phase-shifting properties of the object. We also review previously published reconstructions of experimental holograms and summarize the optimal parameters for retrieval of phase-shifting objects from their in-line holograms.

Abstract

We address the problem of reconstructing phase-shifting objects from their single-shot in-line holograms. We show that a phase-shifting object cannot be reliably recovered from its in-line hologram by noniterative reconstruction routines and that an iterative reconstruction should be applied. We demonstrate examples of simulated in-line holograms of objects with the following properties: purely absorbing, absorbing and phase shifting, and strong phase-shifting. We investigate the effects of noise and interference contrast in holograms on the reconstruction results and discuss details of an optimal iterative procedure to quantitatively recover the correct absorbing and phase-shifting properties of the object. We also review previously published reconstructions of experimental holograms and summarize the optimal parameters for retrieval of phase-shifting objects from their in-line holograms.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Physics Institute
Dewey Decimal Classification:530 Physics
Language:English
Date:2015
Deposited On:25 Jan 2016 15:43
Last Modified:28 Apr 2017 02:54
Publisher:Optical Society of America
ISSN:0003-6935
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.1364/AO.54.003925

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