Compression of infrared imagery sequences containing a slow-moving point target.

  title={Compression of infrared imagery sequences containing a slow-moving point target.},
  author={Revital Huber-Shalem and Ofer Hadar and Stanley R. Rotman and Merav Huber-Lerner},
  journal={Applied optics},
  volume={49 19},
Infrared imagery sequences are used for detecting moving targets in the presence of evolving cloud clutter or background noise. This research concentrates on slow-moving point targets that are less than one pixel in size, such as aircraft at long ranges from a sensor. The infrared (IR) imagery sequences that are captured by ground sensors contain an enormous amount of data. Since transmitting this data to a base unit or storing it consumes considerable time and resources, a compression method… CONTINUE READING
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