Abstract

The correlation of peak intensities of VanderLugt and joint transform correlators with a single object, multiple objects, and noisy environments are analyzed. The study shows that the VanderLugt correlator can generally perform better for the multiple object case and also under a noisy environment.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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