Optical information systems II : 4-5 August, 2004, Denver, Colorado, USA /
Bahram Javidi, Demetri Psaltis, chairs/editors ; sponsored ... by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
Bellingham, Wash. : SPIE, c2004.
ix, 392 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
A Look Inside
Table of Contents
Controlling several image parameters in the digital holographic reconstruction processp. 1
Super-resolving volume holographic profliometryp. 15
Nonuniform quantization compression techniques for digital holograms of three-dimensional objectsp. 30
3D integral imaging with enhanced depth of focus using lenslets arrays with nonuniform focal lengths and aperture sizesp. 42
Optical processing of composite pattern structured light projection for high-speed depth measurementp. 50
Blockwise discrete Fourier transform analysis of digital hologram data of three-dimensional objectsp. 62
Reconstruction objects hidden in scattering medium using microlens arrayp. 70
Pixel cells with arbitrary vertex anglesp. 79
Depth from rotating point spread functionsp. 91
A new rectification scheme for uncalibrated stereo image pairs and its application to intermediate view reconstructionp. 98
General sampling theorem and application in digital holographyp. 110
Nonmechanical programmable image rotator with Glan-Thompson prismp. 124
RF spectrum analysis in spectral hole burning mediap. 132
Novel local evanescent field detection waveguide multianalyte biosensorp. 140
Microfluidic passive-cavity interferometer-based biosensorp. 147
Dependence of vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser diodes with integrated microfluidic channels on fluid refractive indexp. 156
Analysis of an innovative user threshold programmable photoreceiver monolithically integrated in a multitechnology field programmable gate array (MT-FPGA)p. 162
Performance study of mixed signal CMOS photoreceiver circuitsp. 173
Wavelet-transform-based image processing techniques in nonimage data setsp. 185
Genetic-algorithm-directed polarimetric sensing for optimum pattern classificationp. 192
Two approaches, coherent and incoherent, for the optical implementation of active contoursp. 203
Time-integrating acousto-optic correlator for wideband random noise radarp. 216
Active multispot projection for object tracking and recognitionp. 223
Space bandwidth considerations for optical encryption systemsp. 233
Fast prototype of the optical broadcast interconnection neural network architecturep. 247
Speckle correlation and the fractional Fourier transformp. 255
Efficient algorithms for linear canonical transformsp. 267
3D scaled optical Fourier transform : diffraction effectsp. 279
Experimental demonstration of a broadband adaptive processor for phased-array antennasp. 291
Improved superresolution with dynamic complex filtersp. 303
An adaptive optical circuit with self-organizing linkp. 309
Wavelet modulation and recovery of weak signals via frequency selective thresholdingp. 318
Invariant FJTC-based multitarget tracking in FLIR video sequencesp. 326
Automatic target tracking using global motion compensation and fringe-adjusted joint transform correlationp. 336
Feature extraction technique based on Hopfield neural network and joint transform correlationp. 343
Optical fingerprint identification using cellular neural network and joint transform correlationp. 349
Comparison of fitness scaling functions in genetic algorithms with applications to optical processingp. 356
Three-dimensional pattern recognition using joint transform correlationp. 365
Improvement to holographic digital data storage system with partially coherent lightp. 377
An optoelectronic hybrid system proposed for iris pattern recognitionp. 383
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