Regularization of Phase Retrieval With Phase-Attenuation Duality Prior for 3-D Holotomography

@article{Langer2010RegularizationOP,
  title={Regularization of Phase Retrieval With Phase-Attenuation Duality Prior for 3-D Holotomography},
  author={Max Langer and Peter Cloetens and Françoise Peyrin},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={2428-2436}
}
We consider the phase retrieval problem in 3-D holotomography for strongly absorbing objects. Holotomography combines phase retrieval from Fresnel diffraction patterns with tomographic reconstruction to reconstruct the 3-D refractive index distribution. The main interest is the increase in sensitivity of up to three orders of magnitude compared to standard, absorption based tomography. Most existing algorithms are based upon linearization of the forward problem. This is motivated by the large… CONTINUE READING

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