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Single-pixel spectropolarimetric imaging by compressive sensing

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We present a single-pixel camera that performs polarimetric multispectral imaging by applying the theory of compressive sensing. For different spectral channels, we obtain polarimetric images that provide information about the spatial distribution of light polarization.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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