Response to “The physics of ghost imaging—nonlocal interference or local intensity fluctuation correlation?”

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Shapiro, J.H., Boyd, R.W. Response to “The physics of ghost imaging—nonlocal interference or local intensity fluctuation correlation?”. Quantum Inf Process 11, 1003–1011 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11128-012-0399-2

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Keywords

  • Ghost
  • Coherent State
  • Speckle Pattern
  • Reference Plane
  • Measurement Plane