Variational phase recovering without phase unwrapping in phase-shifting interferometry

by   Ricardo Legarda-Saenz, et al.

We present a variational method for recovering the phase term from the information obtained from phase-shifting methods. First we introduce the new method based on a variational approach and then describe the numerical solution of the proposed cost function, which results in a simple algorithm. Numerical experiments with both synthetic and real fringe patterns shows the accuracy and simplicity of the resulting algorithm.


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