Noise and dynamic range optimal computational imaging

@article{Seshadrinathan2012NoiseAD,
  title={Noise and dynamic range optimal computational imaging},
  author={Kalpana Seshadrinathan and Sung Hee Park and Oscar Nestares},
  journal={2012 19th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2012},
  pages={2785-2788}
}
Computational photography techniques overcome limitations of traditional image sensors such as dynamic range and noise. Many computational imaging techniques have been proposed that process image stacks acquired using different exposure, aperture or gain settings, but far less attention has been paid to determining the parameters of the stack automatically. In this paper, we propose a novel computational imaging system that automatically and efficiently computes the optimal number of shots and… CONTINUE READING

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