3 November 2014 Feature selection and back-projection algorithms for nonline-of-sight laser–gated viewing
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J. of Electronic Imaging, 23(6), 063003 (2014). doi:10.1117/1.JEI.23.6.063003
We discuss new approaches to analyze laser-gated viewing data for nonline-of-sight vision with a frame-to-frame back-projection as well as feature selection algorithms. Although first back-projection approaches use time transients for each pixel, our method has the ability to calculate the projection of imaging data on the voxel space for each frame. Further, different data analysis algorithms and their sequential application were studied with the aim of identifying and selecting signals from different target positions. A slight modification of commonly used filters leads to a powerful selection of local maximum values. It is demonstrated that the choice of the filter has an impact on the selectivity i.e., multiple target detection as well as on the localization precision.
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Martin Laurenzis, Andreas Velten, "Feature selection and back-projection algorithms for nonline-of-sight laser–gated viewing," Journal of Electronic Imaging 23(6), 063003 (3 November 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.23.6.063003

Feature selection

Detection and tracking algorithms

Electronic filtering

Reconstruction algorithms

Gaussian filters

Image filtering

Optical filters


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