Proceedings PaperOptical Image Processing In Coherent And Incoherent Light: A Short Comparative Review
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In the recent years, a number of methods have been developped to overcome the limitations of the classical coherent and incoherent image processing methods. A review of the main trends in this area is presented, indicating the principles of low-noise coherent processing, of incoherent processing of complex quantities and of white light processing ; it is seen that optical processing can now in a number of cases perform nonlinear operations, or shift invariant operations while still keeping the advantage of parallelism.