1 April 1980 A High-Speed Image Information Preprocessor Using A Channel Plate Image Intensifier
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A practical high-speed image information preprocessor using a channel plate image intensifier, which can process optical images, has been developed. The preprocessor can perform logical operations such as summation, subtraction, or multiplication of two neighboring frame images on 16 mm film and can also detect moving objects by processing sequential frames. The operation time can be as short as 20 nsec. The image brightness can be as low as about 10-4 1m/m2.
Atsuya Seko, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Kenichi Shimizu, "A High-Speed Image Information Preprocessor Using A Channel Plate Image Intensifier," Optical Engineering 19(2), 192229 (1 April 1980). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972498 . Submission:
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