Lingyan Ran

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a r t i c l e i n f o Automatically focusing and seeing occluded moving object in cluttered and complex scene is a significant challenging task for many computer vision applications. In this paper, we present a novel synthetic aperture imaging approach to solve this problem. The unique characteristics of this work include the following: (1) To the best of(More)
Hidden object imaging is challenging problem in the fields of computer vision and image processing, and it's a key step in many application fields, include intelligent video surveillance, visual tracking and scene understanding. Recently, the camera array synthetic aperture imaging has been proved to be a powerful technology for hidden object detection, and(More)
Hyperspectral image (HSI) classification deals with the problem of pixel-wise spectrum labelling. Traditional HSI classification algorithms focus on two major stages: feature extraction and classifier design. Though studied for decades, HSI classification hasn't been perfectly solved. One of the main reasons relies on the fact that features extracted by(More)
Heavy occlusions in cluttered scenes impose significant challenges to many computer vision applications. Recent light field imaging systems provide new see-through capabilities through synthetic aperture imaging (SAI) to overcome the occlusion problem. Existing synthetic aperture imaging methods, however, emulate focusing at a specific depth layer, but are(More)
Heavy occlusions in cluttered scenes impose significant challenges to many computer vision applications. Recent light field imaging systems provide new see-through capabilities through synthetic aperture imaging (SAI) to overcome the occlusion problem. Existing synthetic aperture imaging methods, however, emulate focusing at a specific depth layer but is(More)
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