Nonuniformity Correction Using the Constant-statistics Constraint: Analog and Digital Implementations

@inproceedings{ChiangComputationalNonuniformityCU,
  title={Nonuniformity Correction Using the Constant-statistics Constraint: Analog and Digital Implementations},
  author={Yu-Ming ChiangComputational}
}
  • Yu-Ming ChiangComputational
Current infra-red focal point arrays (IRFPAs) are limited by their inability to calibrate out component variations. Typically, oo-board digital calibration is used to correct nonuniformities in these detector arrays; special calibration images are used to calibrate the system at startup. One-time calibration procedures such as these do not take into account other operating points and will fail to recalibrate for any drift in the parameters. Using clues from neurobiological adaptation, we have… CONTINUE READING
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