Abstract

The relation between the double-interval probability distribution P(τ, τ′) and the triple-correlation function is shown. This relation allows us, under certain conditions, to obtain the value of the triple correlation of a signal by measuring the photoelectron interarrival times. This procedure is useful in signal or image recovery.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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