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Cools, Liam (author)
Counter-acting image quality degradation caused by phase aberrations through physical correction requires the phase field to be known. As imaging hardware captures real-valued intensity, defined as the wave amplitude squared, obtaining this lost phase information is known as the phase retrieval problem and is a non-linear and non-convex...
master thesis 2023
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Dijksman, Rick (author)
With the introduction of machine learning algorithms in industry came a new improvement to excising production line. Image recognisance can now be used to detect defects of the product made by these production lines. However these kinds of flaw detection can be fooled by mirror-like specular light effect on these products, which can reduce the...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Liu, Runfei (author)
Phase Retrieval Problem is very common and has a lot of applications in fields such as microscope, astronomy, crystallography, optical imaging etc.. In this problem, PSF and the pupil function are given, and the goal is to reconstruct the phase of the object. For camera which has 8 bits color depth, the maximum number of colors that can be...
master thesis 2021
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Bonekamp, Jorge (author)
Specular light reflections are the mirror-like reflections from a material interface. They appear in the observation of any illuminated surface. Specular reflections can be set apart from the diffuse reflection type, which has a random distribution of reflection directions. The radiance of the specular reflected light is governed by the Fresnel...
master thesis 2021
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Vrijburg, Dominique (author)
When objects are imaged, often aberrations slip into the captured images. Many techniques exist to remove part of those aberrations using hardware, software or a combination of those. This research will focus on Phase Diversity for Blind Multi-Frame Deconvolution. In Blind Multi-Frame Deconvolution both the object and the aberrations are...
master thesis 2021
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van Genderen, Rick (author)
In the field of Adaptive Optics (AO) a new development has been introduced recently: the Wavefront Sensorless Adaptive Optics (WFSless AO) approach, which only uses camera measurements to optimize image quality and does not use a Shack-Hartman (SH) Wavefront Sensor (WFS) [Booth, 2006, D├ębarre et al., 2009, Hinnen et al., 2008]. In order to...
master thesis 2021
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Stouten, Simon (author)
Turbulent layers high in the atmosphere cause anisoplanatic phase aberrations, that are responsible for image degradation [6, 33, 46]. Adaptive Optics (AO) aims to correct for these aberrations by sensing them with a wavefront sensor and performing the correction with phase conjugate devices [18]. Various wavefront sensors have been designed and...
master thesis 2021
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