Ghost Imaging Lidar via Sparsity Constraints in Real Atmosphere

@inproceedings{Chen2013GhostIL,
  title={Ghost Imaging Lidar via Sparsity Constraints in Real Atmosphere},
  author={Mingliang Chen and Enrong Li and Wenlin Gong and Zunwang Bo and Xuyang Xu and Chengqiang Zhao and Xia Shen and Wendong Xu and Shensheng Han},
  year={2013}
}
We present a series of results acquired at a 2-kilometer distance using our lidar system under several weather conditions, clear, cloudy, light rain, moderately foggy, and night. The experimental results show that ghost imaging lidar via spar-sity constraints can realize imaging in all these weather conditions. 
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