Peyma Oskoui

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We consider the problem of reconstructing remotely obtained images from image-plane detector arrays. Although the individual detectors may be larger than the blur spot of the imaging optics, high-resolution reconstructions can be obtained by scanning or rotating the image with respect to the detector. As an alternative to matrix inversion or least-squares(More)
Three novel methods are used to reconstruct a simulated image from a set of incomplete data spanning a 160 degrees angular range. These methods are the squashing affine transformation of J.A. Reeds and L.A. Shepp (1987), the circular interpolation method derived from the theory of J.J. Clark, M.R. Plamer, and P.D. Lawrence (1985), and the geometry-free(More)
CRT white point, adapted white point, chromatic adaptation, viewing condition, monitor characterization, psychophysics, neutral point, mixed mode illumination, incomplete adaptation An iterative psychophysical algorithm is designed and implemented to determine the adapted white point for cathode ray tubes (CRTs) in a given viewing condition. This algorithm(More)
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