Single-shot speckle reduction in numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms: comment

Maycock J, Hennelly B, McDonald J (2015)
Optics Letters 40(17).

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We comment on a recent Letter by Hincapie et al. [Opt. Lett. 40, 1623 (2015)], in which the authors proposed a method to reduce the speckle noise in digital holograms. This method was previously published by us in Maycock [“Improving reconstructions of digital holograms,” Ph.D. thesis (National University of Ireland, 2012)] and Maycock and Hennelly [Improving Reconstructions of Digital Holograms: Speckle Reduction and Occlusions in Digital Holography (Lambert Academic, 2014)]. We also wish to highlight an important limitation of the method resulting from the superposition of different perspectives of the object/scene, which was not addressed in their Letter.
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Maycock J, Hennelly B, McDonald J. Single-shot speckle reduction in numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms: comment. Optics Letters. 2015;40(17).
Maycock, J., Hennelly, B., & McDonald, J. (2015). Single-shot speckle reduction in numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms: comment. Optics Letters, 40(17).
Maycock, J., Hennelly, B., and McDonald, J. (2015). Single-shot speckle reduction in numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms: comment. Optics Letters 40.
Maycock, J., Hennelly, B., & McDonald, J., 2015. Single-shot speckle reduction in numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms: comment. Optics Letters, 40(17).
J. Maycock, B. Hennelly, and J. McDonald, “Single-shot speckle reduction in numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms: comment”, Optics Letters, vol. 40, 2015.
Maycock, J., Hennelly, B., McDonald, J.: Single-shot speckle reduction in numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms: comment. Optics Letters. 40, (2015).
Maycock, Jonathan, Hennelly, Bryan, and McDonald, John. “Single-shot speckle reduction in numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms: comment”. Optics Letters 40.17 (2015).
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