Real-time matched-filter imaging for chemical detection using a DMD-based programmable filter

@inproceedings{Graff2013RealtimeMI,
  title={Real-time matched-filter imaging for chemical detection using a DMD-based programmable filter},
  author={David L. Graff and Steven P. Love},
  booktitle={Photonics West - Micro and Nano Fabricated Electromechanical and Optical Components},
  year={2013}
}
Hyperspectral imaging sensors have proven to be powerful tools for highly selective and sensitive chemical detection applications, but have some significant operational drawbacks including a detection time-lag due to the large computational overhead of the matched filter analysis of the resulting data cubes. For applications where only a single chemical is of interest or real-time detection is desired, an intelligently designed multispectral sensor can trade high resolution and continuous… CONTINUE READING

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