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13 March 2003 Superresolution in a multiray vision system with relative correction of rays
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At Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University, the new super-resolution methods for different physical measuring systems are created. Special super-resolution methods for actual multi-rays systems of a millimeter wave range were developed. Until recent time the data obtained from an actual one-ray radio-vision system, were represented in such aspect: as though they were obtained from a virtual multi-rays system. Such an approach appears to be very successful: the problem of super-resolution has been solved at low values of a signal/noise ratio with the paralleled solutions on all the virtual rays. The paper is devoted to the problem of super-resolution of the data from actual compact 6-rays system of radio-vision. The experimental device of a 6-rays radio vision system was created without the mathematical modeling of its operation. It is possible even to tell that at the output of this system the poor results were gained. Therefore there was a problem to improve considerably the poor results: to increase the resolution of each ray. We suppose that obtained experience to be useful while constructing the modern all-weather multi rays real-time radio-vision systems. The methods of super-resolution of actual multi-rays microwave vision system is considered in the paper.
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Evgeni N. Terentiev, Nikolai E. Terentiev, and Fedor V. Shugaev "Superresolution in a multiray vision system with relative correction of rays", Proc. SPIE 4885, Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing VIII, (13 March 2003);

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