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Speckle autocorrelation separation for multi-target scattering imaging
preprintposted on 2023-01-23, 13:53 authored by da lu, Feng Yuliu, Xiang Peng, Wenqi He
Imaging through scattering media remains a big challenge in optics while the single-shot non-invasive speckle autocorrelation technique (SAT) is well-known as a promising way to handle it. However, it usually cannot recover a large-scale target or multiple isolated small ones due to the limited effective range of the optical memory effect (OME). In this paper, we propose a multi-target scattering imaging scheme by combining the traditional SA algorithm with a Deep Learning (DL) strategy. The basic idea is to extract each autocorrelation component of every target from the autocorrelation result of a mixed speckle using a suitable DL method. Once we get all the expected autocorrelation components, a typical phase retrieval algorithm (PRA) could be applied to reveal the shapes of all those corresponding small targets. In our experimental demonstration, up to five isolated targets are successfully recovered.