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A new method that extracts phase directly from randomly phase shifted interferograms is proposed by the authors. Simulation results. (a) interferogram, (b) the calculated phase by Eq. (4) with range of (0, Ï?), (c) the watershed regions of (b), (d) the recovered phase with range of (0, 2Ï?), (e) the unwrapped phase and (f) the residual phase error. [See J. Xu et al. Fig. 2 for details.]
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