Abstract

Minimally invasive imaging using weak illumination is required in the biomedical field. Computational ghost imaging (CGI) achieves imaging under illumination. However, CGI requires a large number of measurements to obtain an image. The number of measurements increases as illumination weakens. In this paper, decreasing the number of measurements of CGI with designed low spatial frequency masks is proposed. The proposed method allows us to image an object with a smaller number of measurements than with the conventional method. Numerical simulations and experiments confirm the feasibility of the proposed method.

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