Abstract

Different holographic methods for imaging through biological tissue are evaluated and compared. The role of the source autocorrelation function is analyzed. A graphical plot for performance evaluation is introduced. Experimental results for the various methods are given, and possibilities for further development are indicated.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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