Wenlin Gong

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As important analysis tools, microscopes with high spatial resolution are indispensable for scientific research and clinical diagnosis. We report a proof-of-principle experimental demonstration of a two-arm microscope scheme and show that, by measuring the second-order correlation of light fields, more details of an object can be obtained through recording(More)
The separation of morphology components in ghost imaging via sparsity constraint is investigated by adapting the morphology component analysis technique based on the fact that different morphology components can be sparsely expressed in different basis. The successful separation of reconstructed image plays an important role in the ability to identify it,(More)
We demonstrate for the first time (to our knowledge) that an image with high quality can still be obtained in scattering media by applying the second-order correlation of illuminating light field. The effect of multiple scattering on the imaging quality is analyzed both theoretically and experimentally. Potential applications and methods to further improve(More)
The influence of sparsity property of images on ghost imaging via sparsity constraints (GISC) is investigated. We find experimentally that the reconstruction quality is in proportion to the sparse ratio of images. Employing the method of representation transform to obtain different sparsity properties for the same object, the effect of three sparse(More)
Usually the test detector of a standard ghost imaging scheme is a bucket detector; here the test detector in the scheme of multiple-input ghost imaging via sparsity constraints (MI-GISC) we proposed is characterized by some sparse-array single-pixel detectors, and the propagation process between the object plane and the test detection plane is also(More)
Ghost imaging (GI) is a method to nonlocally image an object with a single-pixel detector. However, the speckle's transverse size at the object plane limits the system's imaging resolution for conventional GI linear reconstruction algorithm. By combining the sparsity constraint of imaging object with ghost imaging method, we demonstrate experimentally that(More)
Three-dimensional (3D) remote imaging attracts increasing attentions in capturing a target's characteristics. Although great progress for 3D remote imaging has been made with methods such as scanning imaging lidar and pulsed floodlight-illumination imaging lidar, either the detection range or application mode are limited by present methods. Ghost imaging(More)
A structured image reconstruction method has been proposed to obtain high quality images in three-dimensional ghost imaging lidar. By considering the spatial structure relationship between recovered images of scene slices at different longitudinal distances, orthogonality constraint has been incorporated to reconstruct the three-dimensional scenes in remote(More)
Ghost imaging (GI) lidar, as a novel remote sensing technique, has been receiving increasing interest in recent years. By combining pulse-compression technique and coherent detection with GI, we propose a new lidar system called pulse-compression GI lidar. Our analytical results, which are backed up by numerical simulations, demonstrate that(More)