Feature Specific Imaging
Speaker: Professor Mark A. Neifeld , University of Arizona-ECE Department/Optical SciencesContact:
Date: July 17 2008
Time: 11:00AM to 12:00PM
Host: Fredo Durand, MIT - CSAIL
Bryt Bradley, 617-253-6583, email@example.comRelevant URL:
Coffee will be served at 10:45am in 32-D507, just preceding the talk.
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Feature-specific imaging (FSI) is a technique by which optical
measurements employing a non-traditional basis may be used to efficiently
extract spatial, temporal, and/or spectral object information.
Because the measurement dimensionality of a FSI system is often much
lower than the native dimensionality of the object space, FSI is
sometimes called compressive imaging.
This presentation will discuss several candidate optical systems
for FSI. The performance of FSI will be analyzed for both general
purpose imaging (i.e., image reconstruction) and task-
specific imaging (e.g., target detection and/or tracking). FSI will
also be discussed as a convenient framework within which the
joint optimization of optical and post-processing resources may
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