11 October 1989 Use Of A Parallel Cellular Processing System For Fast Generation Of Perspective Plots
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A perspective plot is an important tool used for the interpretation of raw or processed image data. Unfortunately, most developers must give up resolution of their plotted images in order to obtain results in a timely fashion. Conventional plotting methods are computationally intensive, and as a result often limit the 'size of plotted images to 128 pixels on a side, or less. The technique presented in this paper has been used with favorable results on images as large as 1024 pixels on a side, with processing times of under one second.
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James H. Beyer, James H. Beyer, Robert M. Lougheed, Robert M. Lougheed, "Use Of A Parallel Cellular Processing System For Fast Generation Of Perspective Plots", Proc. SPIE 1107, Infrared Detectors, Focal Plane Arrays, and Imaging Sensors, (11 October 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.960654; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.960654
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