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Variance and Error in One-Step Phase-Retrieval

@article{Christopher2019VarianceAE,
  title={Variance and Error in One-Step Phase-Retrieval},
  author={Peter J. Christopher and Timothy D. Wilkinson},
  journal={arXiv: Image and Video Processing},
  year={2019}
}
Time multiplexed approaches for high frame-rate holographic displays have been around since the invention of One-Step Phase-Retrieval (OSPR) in the early 2000s. When discovered, formulations were created for variance reduction but other image quality metrics were ignored. This work sets out statistical models for the mean squared error (MSE) and structural similarity index (SSIM) behaviour of OSPR for a range of image types in order to better understand the effect of time multiplexing on… 
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