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An iterative algorithm for computer-generated holograms calculation

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We propose an iterative algorithm by introducing the strategy of gradient decent and magnitude modification into the Gerchburg-Saxton (GS) algorithm. Simulations and experimental results demonstrate its better performance for holographic display comparing with the GS..

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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