5 September 2014 3D laser imaging for concealed object identification
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This paper deals with new optical non-conventional 3D laser imaging. Optical non-conventional imaging explores the advantages of laser imaging to form a three-dimensional image of the scene. 3D laser imaging can be used for threedimensional medical imaging, topography, surveillance, robotic vision because of ability to detect and recognize objects. In this paper, we present a 3D laser imaging for concealed object identification. The objective of this new 3D laser imaging is to provide the user a complete 3D reconstruction of the concealed object from available 2D data limited in number and with low representativeness. The 2D laser data used in this paper come from simulations that are based on the calculation of the laser interactions with the different interfaces of the scene of interest and from experimental results. We show the global 3D reconstruction procedures capable to separate objects from foliage and reconstruct a threedimensional image of the considered object. In this paper, we present examples of reconstruction and completion of three-dimensional images and we analyse the different parameters of the identification process such as resolution, the scenario of camouflage, noise impact and lacunarity degree.
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Ion Berechet, Ion Berechet, Gérard Berginc, Gérard Berginc, Stefan Berechet, Stefan Berechet, } "3D laser imaging for concealed object identification", Proc. SPIE 9205, Reflection, Scattering, and Diffraction from Surfaces IV, 92050L (5 September 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2061232; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2061232
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