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Quantum imaging

Quantum imaging

Quantum imaging is an imaging technique that utilizes quantum characteristics of light to realize highly sensitive or special imaging methods. One of these methods known as “ghost imaging” acquires images of entanglement by detecting correlated entangled photons. Ghost imaging has captured researchers’ interest in recent years.

Quantum imaging

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