1 October 2000 Object recognition using three-dimensional correlation of range images
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Optical Engineering, 39(10), (2000). doi:10.1117/1.1290685
Abstract
Optical object recognition has been approached mainly from two points of view. The first one is based on the extraction and matching of local features of the object, such as contours or perspectives,1 and the other is based on the correlation of the object in global form2,3.
Jader Guerrero-Bermudez, Jaime E. Meneses, Oscar Gualdron Gonzalez, "Object recognition using three-dimensional correlation of range images," Optical Engineering 39(10), (1 October 2000). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1290685
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3D image processing

Contrast transfer function

Phase only filters

Liquid crystals

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