|Title||Imaging through turbulence using compressive coherence sensing.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||AA Wagadarikar, DL Marks, K Choi, R Horisaki, and DJ Brady|
|Pagination||838 - 840|
Previous studies have shown that the isoplanatic distortion due to turbulence and the image of a remote object may be jointly estimated from the 4D mutual intensity across an aperture. This Letter shows that decompressive inference on a 2D slice of the 4D mutual intensity, as measured by a rotational shear interferometer, is sufficient for estimation of sparse objects imaged through turbulence. The 2D slice is processed using an iterative algorithm that alternates between estimating the sparse objects and estimating the turbulence-induced phase screen. This approach may enable new systems that infer object properties through turbulence without exhaustive sampling of coherence functions.
|Short Title||Optics Letters|