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Dynamic displacement measurement in digital holographic interferometry using eigenspace analysis

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Non-contact measurement of displacement undergone by a deformed object is an important application problem in digital holographic interferometry. Such measurements usually demand reliable estimation of interference phase even in the presence of severe noise. This article describes a method for non-contact displacement testing by investigating a robust phase retrieval approach in digital holographic interferometry. The approach is based on eigenspace processing of the complex interference field signal in digital holographic interferometry. The performance of the proposed method for phase retrieval under severe noise conditions is illustrated using simulation results. The practical utility of the proposed method is demonstrated for dynamic deformation analysis using experimental data from digital holographic interferometry.

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