Select books from list below:
Sampling, Aliasing, and Data Fidelity
CMOS/CCD SENSORS AND CAMERA SYSTEMS, second edition
Electro-optical Imaging System Performance (5th Edition)
Testing and Evaluation of Infrared Imaging Systems (3rd Edition)
Common Sense Approach to thermal Imaging
The Atmospheric Filter
Electro Optical Imaging: System Performance and Modeling
Holst's Practical Guide to Electro-Optical Systems

 

 

SAMPLING, ALIASING, and DATA FIDELITY for Electronic Imaging Systems,Communications, and Data Acquisition by Gerald C. Holst

This book bridges the gap between sampling theory, signal appearance, and system performance. It covers both temporal and spatial sampling to ensure that a true end-to-end analysis is considered. While many electrical circuit designs approximately satisfy the sampling theorem, most electronic imaging systems are undersampled and this leads to aliasing.

We cannot see digital data that reside in a computer memory. All methods to represent digital data include a reconstruction filter. The filter selection significantly affects the appearance of back-of-the-envelope drawings. The effects of this essential filter are described in detail.

The system designer will maximize MTFs for some applications. In other applications, edge detection and signal width are important. This book provides both approaches. For the software specialist, this book provides the link between digital and analog data. Software cannot be effective if the sampling device characteristics and reconstruction processes are not known.

231 figures, 20 tables, 152 references, 326 + xviii pages (1998). Copublished by SPIE Press.

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