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Opt Lett. 2007 May 15;32(10):1232-4.

Denoising in digital speckle pattern interferometry using wave atoms.

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Electrónica e Informática, Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industrial, San Martin, Argentina.


We present an effective method for speckle noise removal in digital speckle pattern interferometry, which is based on a wave-atom thresholding technique. Wave atoms are a variant of 2D wavelet packets with a parabolic scaling relation and improve the sparse representation of fringe patterns when compared with traditional expansions. The performance of the denoising method is analyzed by using computer-simulated fringes, and the results are compared with those produced by wavelet and curvelet thresholding techniques. An application of the proposed method to reduce speckle noise in experimental data is also presented.


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