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5 May 2014 A midwave compressive imaging system design for high throughput
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We describe the design and evaluate the performance of a compressive imaging system comprised of a 256x320 detector array sensitive to mid-wave infrared, DMD, objective and relay lenses. The irradiance of each detector element is characterized that allows a system of measurements to be made separable from other detectors. The FOV is divided into smaller areas based on the support of each detector, allowing for tractable high throughput reconstructions. Cross-talk is considered in the sensor modeling that corrects for the noise in the boundaries of the image patches. Based on our previous work, we apply optimal codes subject to device constraints and give favorable results.
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Richard Shilling and Robert Muise "A midwave compressive imaging system design for high throughput", Proc. SPIE 9094, Optical Pattern Recognition XXV, 909403 (5 May 2014); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2051163
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