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  • Received: Oct. 15, 2020

    Accepted: Dec. 15, 2020

    Posted: Jan. 1, 2021

    Published Online: Jan. 19, 2021

    The Author Email: Pu Jixiong (jixiong@hqu.edu.cn)

    DOI: 10.3788/LOP202158.0200001

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    Ziyang Chen, Li Chen, Weiru Fan, Tengfei Lu, Shaoxin Shen, Jixiong Pu. Progress on Scattering Imaging Technologies Based on Correlation Holography[J]. Laser & Optoelectronics Progress, 2021, 58(2): 0200001

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Recording and reconstruction of coherence holography[53]

Fig. 1. Recording and reconstruction of coherence holography[53]

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Principle of photon correlation holography[50]

Fig. 2. Principle of photon correlation holography[50]

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Experimental setup for recovery of complex-valued objects from two-point intensity correlation measurement[56]

Fig. 3. Experimental setup for recovery of complex-valued objects from two-point intensity correlation measurement[56]

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Scattering imaging of vortex beams with different topological charges (vortex phases indicated by arrows) [56]. (a)Fourier transform of cross-covariance distribution of vortex beam with topological charge of 3; (b) Fourier transform of cross-covariance distribution of vortex beam with topological charge of 6; (c) Fourier transform of cross-covariance distribution of vortex beam with topological charge of 8; (d) reconstructed complex coherence fun

Fig. 4. Scattering imaging of vortex beams with different topological charges (vortex phases indicated by arrows) [56]. (a)Fourier transform of cross-covariance distribution of vortex beam with topological charge of 3; (b) Fourier transform of cross-covariance distribution of vortex beam with topological charge of 6; (c) Fourier transform of cross-covariance distribution of vortex beam with topological charge of 8; (d) reconstructed complex coherence fun

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Schematic of scattering imaging realized by in-line correlation holography[75]

Fig. 5. Schematic of scattering imaging realized by in-line correlation holography[75]

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Experimental results[75]. (a) Recorded speckle pattern of object “V”; (b) recovered in-line hologram; recovered (c) amplitude and (d) phase distributions

Fig. 6. Experimental results[75]. (a) Recorded speckle pattern of object “V”; (b) recovered in-line hologram; recovered (c) amplitude and (d) phase distributions

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Amplitude and phase (inset) distributions for coherence-polarization matrix elements [78]. (a) WSxx(Δr); (b)<msu

Fig. 7. Amplitude and phase (inset) distributions for coherence-polarization matrix elements [78]. (a) WSxxr); (b)

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Scattering imaging of 3D objects [79]. (a)Amplitude of reconstructed letter “O”; (b) amplitude of reconstructed letter “W”; (c) diagrams of letters “O” and “W” with depth separation of 10 mm; (d) amplitude of reconstructed star; (e) amplitude of reconstructed heart; (f) diagrams of star and heart with depth separation of 15 mm; (g) phase of reconstructed letter “O”; (h) amplitude of reconstructed letter “W”; (i) phase of reconstructed star; (j) p

Fig. 8. Scattering imaging of 3D objects [79]. (a)Amplitude of reconstructed letter “O”; (b) amplitude of reconstructed letter “W”; (c) diagrams of letters “O” and “W” with depth separation of 10 mm; (d) amplitude of reconstructed star; (e) amplitude of reconstructed heart; (f) diagrams of star and heart with depth separation of 15 mm; (g) phase of reconstructed letter “O”; (h) amplitude of reconstructed letter “W”; (i) phase of reconstructed star; (j) p

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Experimental results of ghost diffraction holography (upper) and ghost diffraction holographic microscopy (down) for different scale bars [86]. (a) - (f) 1.15 mm; (g) - (j) 57.5 μm; (k) 23.0 μm; (l) 11.5 μm

Fig. 9. Experimental results of ghost diffraction holography (upper) and ghost diffraction holographic microscopy (down) for different scale bars [86]. (a) - (f) 1.15 mm; (g) - (j) 57.5 μm; (k) 23.0 μm; (l) 11.5 μm

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Scattering imaging of phase image realized by phase shifting holography with (upper) and without (down) scattering media[87]. (a) (d)Chinese character of “zhong”; (b) (e)Chinese character of “hua”; (c) (f) axicon phases

Fig. 10. Scattering imaging of phase image realized by phase shifting holography with (upper) and without (down) scattering media[87]. (a) (d)Chinese character of “zhong”; (b) (e)Chinese character of “hua”; (c) (f) axicon phases

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Scattering imaging realized by polarization-based phase shifting correlation holography under different conditions[88]. (a) Static platform; (b) vibration platform; (c) dynamic scattering medium (rotational ground glass)

Fig. 11. Scattering imaging realized by polarization-based phase shifting correlation holography under different conditions[88]. (a) Static platform; (b) vibration platform; (c) dynamic scattering medium (rotational ground glass)

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Scattering imaging results of object realized by different correlation holography methods. (a) Off-axis correlation holography; (b) phase-shifting correlation holography; (c) polarization-based phase-shifting correlation holography

Fig. 12. Scattering imaging results of object realized by different correlation holography methods. (a) Off-axis correlation holography; (b) phase-shifting correlation holography; (c) polarization-based phase-shifting correlation holography

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