E. Leith, E. Arons, H. Chen, Y. Chen, D. Dilworth, J. Lopez, M. Shih, P.-C. Sun, and G. Vossler
Image formation through inhomogeneous media, especially biological tissue, is an important and challenging problem, and is being addressed by many different approaches. Holography is one way that appears quite promising. In fact, there are a variety of holographic methods that may be used individually or in combination.
The earliest application of holography to the problem of imaging through such highly scattering material as biological tissue was the holographic realization of the 1971 Duguay and Mattick principle of the first arriving light.
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