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On Scene Reconstruction from Spatial Coherence Measurements

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Abstract

We determine the positions and dimensions of obscurants and apertures from coherence measurements of partially coherent light by leveraging the authors’ recent closed-form approximation formula for the coherence of propagated field in the Fresnel regime.

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