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18 August 2020 Imaging an extended object through a thin scattering layer via various point spread functions
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Deconvolution-based techniques have been widely used for imaging through scattering medium due to the optical memory effect (OME) in speckles. Once the point spread function (PSF) of a scattering system is measured, a smallscale object within the OME region can be easily recovered. However, an extended object larger than the OME region can only be partially reconstructed due to the limited field of view (FOV). Here, we find a way to get an integrated PSF by exploiting a point source with different locations in object plane. Thereafter, an extended object, within the FOV but exceeding the OME region, could be recovered by the integrated PSF without knowing any other system parameters even the locations of the point source.
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Wenqi He, Zijie Chen, Dajiang Lu, Meihua Liao, Qi Xing, and Xiang Peng "Imaging an extended object through a thin scattering layer via various point spread functions", Proc. SPIE 11509, Optics and Photonics for Information Processing XIV, 1150910 (18 August 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2570545
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