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In this paper we propose a post-processing pipeline to recover accurately the views (light-field) from the raw data of a plenoptic camera such as Lytro and to estimate disparity maps in a novel way from such a light-field. First, the microlens centers are estimated and then the raw image is demultiplexed without demosaicking it beforehand. Then, we present(More)
In-line digital holography is an imaging technique that is being increasingly used for studying three-dimensional flows. It has been previously shown that very accurate reconstructions of objects could be achieved with the use of an inverse problem framework. Such approaches, however, suffer from higher computational times compared to less accurate(More)
Light-field imaging has been recently introduced to mass market by the hand held plenoptic camera Lytro. Thanks to a microlens array placed between the main lens and the sensor, the captured data contains different views of the scene from different view points. This offers several post-capture applications, e.g., computationally changing the main lens(More)
Digital in-line holography was used to study a fast dynamic 3D phenomenon: the evaporation of free-falling diethyl ether droplets. We describe an unsupervised reconstruction algorithm based on an "inverse problems" approach previously developed by our team to accurately reconstruct 3D trajectories and to estimate the droplets' size in a field of view of 7 ×(More)
In-line digital holography is an imaging technique which is being increasingly used for studying 3D flows. It has been previously shown that very accurate reconstructions of objects could be achieved with the use of an inverse problems framework. Such approaches however suffer from higher computational times compared to less accurate conventional(More)
The aim of a multi-mode resource-constrained project scheduling problem (MRCPSP) is to assign resource(s) with the restricted capacity to an execution mode of activities by considering relationship constraints, to achieve predetermined objective(s). These goals vary with managers or decision makers of any organization who should determine suitable(More)
Generalized Lorenz-Mie theory (GLMT) for a multilayered sphere is used to simulate holograms produced by evaporating spherical droplets with refractive index gradient in the surrounding air/vapor mixture. Simulated holograms provide a physical interpretation of experimental holograms produced by evaporating Diethyl Ether droplets with diameter in the order(More)
Light field imaging is recently made available to the mass market by Lytro and Raytrix commercial cameras. Thanks to a grid of microlenses put in front of the sensor, a plenoptic camera simultaneously captures several images of the scene under different viewing angles, providing an enormous advantage for post-capture applications, e.g., depth estimation and(More)