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produce a mottled effect

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mark with small spots

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Speckle noise removal helps in Automatic Target Recognition, which involves detection and classification of SAR image.
In the new high-resolution imaging method, called Speckle Correlation Resolution Enhancement (SCORE), the object is placed on the substrate of the scattering material and the laser light is shone onto the scattering surface.
They used a miniature high-speed camera to record the fluctuating speckle pattern.
Speckle tracking echocardiography, a novel non-invasive method, can be used for the assessment of subclinical right ventricular dysfunction in BD.
Section 4 discusses the various existing filtering techniques for de-noising the speckle noise in the ultrasound medical image.
But one issue to overcome in laser projectors is that laser speckle causes scintillation on the display surface.
Goodman is a good primer on the speckle and the speckle effect.
Though, one of its main shortcomings is the poor quality of images, which are affected by speckle noise.
The optical principle, governing the laser speckle pattern shift technique to determine strain, was originally devised by Yamaguchi [1] and later improved by several authors [2-5].
In a previous article, we used the dynamic speckle to follow the drying process of solvent-based and water-based paints with relatively long drying times, and recently we developed alternative speckle contrast methods to characterize faster processes.
A beam of laser light scatters over a random surface such as paper, resulting in a laser speckle, and the scanner records the way the light is reflected.
Meanwhile, four scientists from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory used an earlier method of high-resolution imaging -- speckle interferometry -- to obtain equally sharp images at Keck of the elongated asteroid 216 Kleopatra.
Digital speckle shearing interferometry uses a CCD camera and computer image processing to produce the fringe patterns that spell trouble in composite panels and pipes.