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29 January 1988 Experience With The Matched Filtered Weighted-Shift-And-Add Method
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We show that the matched filter proposed by Ribak for extending the weighted-shift-and-add method does in fact reduce photon-statistics dominated specklegrams. The iterative method for arriving at the matched filter, as originally proposed by Ribak, does not converge in the case of photon-noisy specklegrams for objects with more than one maxima. Methods for making the procedure more "artificially intelligent" are discussed.
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E. Keith Hege, Nicolas V. Strobel, Erez Ribak, and Julian C. Christou "Experience With The Matched Filtered Weighted-Shift-And-Add Method", Proc. SPIE 0828, Digital Image Recovery and Synthesis, (29 January 1988); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.942079
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