holographic reconstruction

holographic reconstruction

[-graf′ik]
a method of producing three-dimensional images with diagnostic ultrasound equipment.
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This is due to (1) the depth of focus problem of holographic reconstruction which was reviewed by Katz and Sheng [30], and (2) and the discrete nature of the reconstruction process of the digitally recorded hologram into multiple x-y planes.
Thus, a viewer cannot tell if the three-dimensional image he sees is live or a holographic reconstruction.
Each method produces a distinctive electron diffraction pattern amenable to holographic reconstruction.
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