Abstract

We describe a method for finding the intensity distribution of an object from a measurement, or measurements, of its cross-power spectrum. This technique, like the Knox–Thompson algorithm, makes use of the phase information contained in the cross spectrum; it is based on a systematic procedure for locating the complex zeros representing the spectrum of an object.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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