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Compressive imaging spectrometers using coded apertures

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D. J. Brady, M. E. Gehm

Duke Univ.

Proc. SPIE 6246, Visual Information Processing XV, 62460A (May 12, 2006); doi:10.1117/12.667605
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  • Visual Information Processing XV
  • Zia-ur Rahman; Stephen E. Reichenbach; Mark A. Neifeld
  • Orlando (Kissimmee), FL | April 17, 2006

abstract

A spectral imager provides a 3-D data cube in which the spatial information (2-D) of the image is complemented by spectral information (1-D) about each spatial location. Typically, these systems are operated in a fully-determined (or overdetermined) manner so that the measurements can be computationally inverted into a reliable estimate of the source. We propose a notional system design that is highly underdetermined, yet still computationally invertable. This approach relies on recently-developed concepts in compressive sensing. Because the number of required measurements is greatly reduced from traditional designs, the result is a faster and more economical sensor system.

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D. J. Brady and M. E. Gehm
"Compressive imaging spectrometers using coded apertures", Proc. SPIE 6246, Visual Information Processing XV, 62460A (May 12, 2006); doi:10.1117/12.667605; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.667605


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