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Gold Matrix Ghost Imaging

@article{Zhao2019GoldMG,
  title={Gold Matrix Ghost Imaging},
  author={Xiwei Zhao and Xue Wang and Wenying Zhang and Shanshan Jia and Cheng Zhou and Lijun Song},
  journal={arXiv: Image and Video Processing},
  year={2019}
}
Light field modulation matrix is closely related to the quality of reconstructed image in ghost imaging. The orthogonality light field modulation matrix with better noise immunity and high quality reconstructed image is urgently needed in the practical application of ghost imaging. In this work, we propose a Gold matrix ghost imaging method with excellent imaging and anti-noise performance, which is proud of the pseudo-randomness and orthogonality of the deterministic Gold matrix. Numerical… 

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