Computational temporal ghost imaging

@article{Devaux2016ComputationalTG,
  title={Computational temporal ghost imaging},
  author={F. Devaux and P. Moreau and S{\'e}verine Denis and {\'E}. Lantz},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2016}
}
Ghost imaging is a fascinating process, where light interacting with an object is recorded without resolution, but the shape of the object is nevertheless retrieved, thanks to quantum or classical correlations of this interacting light with either a computed or detected random signal. Recently, ghost imaging has been extended to a time object, by using several thousands copies of this periodic object. Here, we present a very simple device, inspired by computational ghost imaging, that allows… Expand

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