Optically compressed image sensing using random aperture coding

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The common approach in digital imaging today is to capture as many pixels as possible and later to compress the captured image by digital means. The recently introduced theory of compressed sensing provides the mathematical foundation necessary to change the order of these operations, that is, to compress the information before it is captured. In this paper… (More)

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@inproceedings{Stern2008OpticallyCI, title={Optically compressed image sensing using random aperture coding}, author={Arlee Stern and Yair Rivenson and Bahram Javidi}, year={2008} }