Comparison of Different Adaptive Filtering Techniques Applied to White-Light Interferometric Systems
Optical white-light interferometry (WLI) using low-coherence light sources has recently experienced a surge in research activity, since it allows precise measurements to be taken over a large operating range, thus extending the 1/2-wavelength limit imposed by the more conventional monochromatic light sources.
KeywordsOperating Range Less Mean Square Fringe Pattern Matched Filter Recursive Little Square
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