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30 April 2012 Multiple-target tracking implementation in the ebCMOS camera system: the LUSIPHER prototype
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The domain of the low light imaging systems progresses very fast, thanks to detection and electronic multiplication technology evolution, such as the emCCD (electron multiplying CCD) or the ebCMOS (electron bombarded CMOS). We present an ebCMOS camera system that is able to track every 2 ms more than 2000 targets with a mean number of photons per target lower than two. The point light sources (targets) are spots generated by a microlens array (Shack-Hartmann) used in adaptive optics. The Multiple-Target-Tracking designed and implemented on a rugged workstation is described. The results and the performances of the system on the identification and tracking are presented and discussed.
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Quang Tuyen Doan, Remi Barbier, Agnes Dominjon, Thomas Cajgfinger, and Cyrille Guerin "Multiple-target tracking implementation in the ebCMOS camera system: the LUSIPHER prototype", Proc. SPIE 8436, Optics, Photonics, and Digital Technologies for Multimedia Applications II, 84360J (30 April 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.922642
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