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Experimental and theoretical study of computational ghost imaging of moving object
Sahar Gholami Milani Ms * 1, Reza Kheradmand Prof, Sohrab Ahmadi Kandjani Prof
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Computational ghost imaging is a nonlocal imaging which is based on using second-order correlation function between two correlated beams. One of the important applications of ghost imaging is in remote sensing. In this paper the possibility of computational ghost imaging of moving object have been investigated theoretically and experimentally. Also the maximum transverse speed of object has been discussed.

Keywords: Computational ghost imaging, Second-order correlation function, Moving object, Remote sensing
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Gholami Milani S, Kheradmand R, Ahmadi Kandjani S. Experimental and theoretical study of computational ghost imaging of moving object. ICOP & ICPET. 2017; 23 :761-764
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