Optical pattern recognition using a synthetic discriminant amplitude-compensated matched filter
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A technique for optical pattern recognition using an amplitude-compensated matched filter is presented. With the synthetic discriminant function in a matched spatial filtering application an iterative technique is employed to first obtain the synthetic discriminant functions for the phase-only matched filter and then is extended to the amplitude-compensated matched filter. Computer simulation shows that the suggested spatial filter has a high signal-to-noise ratio and good Horner efficiency, and it is more sensitive to changes in the input image.
Wang, Z. Q., et al. 1993. Optical pattern recognition using a synthetic discriminant amplitude-compensated matched filter. Applied Optics. 32(2): pp.184-189. Available from http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1364/AO.32.000184