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16 September 1987 Infrared Image Acquisition And Analysis System Using Optical Disk Storage
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With the emergence of new technologies for microcomputer-based products, relatively inexpensive, yet powerful image acquisition and analysis systems can be constructed for obtaining and processing infrared imagery. Recent product improvements in high capacity magnetic storage, optical disks, video frame grabbers, array processors, and image printers have made the desk-top computer a logical choice for sophisticated infrared image processing and field acquisition. The vast assortment of software products available for the personal computer allows the user to employ database management packages, window environments , and other tools that can enhance the performance or operation of the system. This paper presents a design of an infrared image acquistion and analysis system based around an IBM PC-AT that employs an assortment of state-of-the-art peripherals and software products.
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Jeff Hopper and Susan Bauman "Infrared Image Acquisition And Analysis System Using Optical Disk Storage", Proc. SPIE 0781, Infrared Image Processing and Enhancement, (16 September 1987); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.940550
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