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Toward a signal-processing foundation for computational sensing and imaging: electro-optical basis and merit functions

  • David G. Stork (a1)
Abstract

We highlight the need for – and describe initial strategies to find – new digital-optical basis functions and performance merit functions to serve as a foundation for designing, analyzing, characterizing, testing, and comparing a range of computational imaging systems. Such functions will provide a firm theoretical foundation for computational sensing and imaging and enhanced design software, thereby broadly speeding the development of computational imaging systems.

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Corresponding author: D.G. Stork, Email: dstork@rambus.com
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