1 February 2000 Optimal-trade-off filters for noise robustness, peak sharpness and light efficiency in the nonoverlapping background noise
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Optical Engineering, 39(2), (2000). doi:10.1117/1.602385
Abstract
A design of filters for pattern recognition is presented that have optimal trade-off for the criteria of noise robustness, peak sharpness, and Horner efficiency, when input scene noise is spatially disjoint (nonoverlapping) with the target. Three different criteria-signal-to-noise ratio, peak-to-output energy ratio, and light efficiency-are used to design the filter. Computer simulations for the various types of noise and parameters illustrate the performance of such filters for optical pattern recognition.
Yeong Kyeong Seong, Tae-Sun Choi, "Optimal-trade-off filters for noise robustness, peak sharpness and light efficiency in the nonoverlapping background noise," Optical Engineering 39(2), (1 February 2000). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.602385
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Signal to noise ratio

Optical filters

Electronic filtering

Optimal filtering

Fourier transforms

Phase only filters

Image filtering

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