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4 August 2004 Emissive infrared projector real-time scene data pixel processing
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The new generation PC-based array control electronics (PACE) system for emissive infrared projector real-time scene data processing has opened the potential for the development of more complex real-time nonuniformity correction (RNUC) algorithms than were formerly possible. In this paper, emitter array response data are analyzed in order to identify the underlying physical processes and to identify the form of the RNUC algorithm they suggest. It is shown that although the PACE system is capable of processing the algorithm, the development of a practical RNUC processor would seem to be limited by the complexities that underlie the observed variability in emitter response.
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Owen M. Williams, Leszek Swierkowski, August J. Huber, James D. Norman, George C. Goldsmith II, and W. Larry Herald "Emissive infrared projector real-time scene data pixel processing", Proc. SPIE 5408, Technologies for Synthetic Environments: Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing IX, (4 August 2004);

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