Imaging Sensors and Technologies by Gonzalo Pajares MartinsanzImaging Sensors and Technologies by Gonzalo Pajares Martinsanz

Imaging Sensors and Technologies

Guest editorGonzalo Pajares Martinsanz

Paperback | February 24, 2017

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This book provides different technologies and procedures related to imaging sensors. Active or passive imaging sensors capture electromagnetic radiation across the whole spectra or acoustic echoes, which, conveniently arranged in images, allow the extraction of useful information. Researchers, engineers and industry professionals can find the most advanced imaging technologies and developments, together with dedicated image processing and computer vision-based approaches.
This book provides insights into and solutions for different problems, covering a broad spectrum of possibilities, thanks to a set of applications and solutions, including 3D data recovery; multispectral analysis; biometrics applications; computed tomography; surface defects; indoor/outdoor systems; surveillance. Advanced imaging technologies and specific sensors are also described on the electromagnetic spectrum (ultraviolet, visible, infrared), including airborne calibration systems; selective change driven, multi-spectral systems; specific electronic devices (CMOS, CCDs, CZT, X-Ray, and fluorescence); multi-camera systems; line sensors arrays; video systems. Some technologies based on acoustic imaging are also provided: acoustic planar arrays of MEMS or linear arrays.

Title:Imaging Sensors and TechnologiesFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:632 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 1.72 inShipping dimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 1.72 inPublished:February 24, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3038423602

ISBN - 13:9783038423607

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Table of Contents

1) Depth Errors Analysis and Correction for Time-of-Flight (ToF) Cameras
2) Expanding the Detection of Traversable Area with RealSense for the Visually Impaired
3) A 3D Optical Surface Profilometer Using a Dual-Frequency Liquid Crystal-Based Dynamic Fringe Pattern Generator
4) Robust Depth Image Acquisition Using Modulated Pattern Projection and Probabilistic Graphical Models
5) Are We Ready to Build a System for Assisting Blind People in Tactile Exploration of Bas-Reliefs?
6) Extracting Objects for Aerial Manipulation on UAVs Using Low Cost Stereo Sensors
7) Reliable Fusion of Stereo Matching and Depth Sensor for High Quality Dense Depth Maps
8) Simulated and Real Sheet-of-Light 3D Object Scanning Using a-Si:H Thin Film PSD Arrays
9) An Indoor Obstacle Detection System Using Depth Information and Region Growth
10) Target Detection over the Diurnal Cycle Using a Multispectral Infrared Sensor
11) Color Restoration of RGBN Multispectral Filter Array Sensor Images Based on Spectral Decomposition
12) Penetration Depth Measurement of Near-Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Light for Milk Powder
13) Forward-Looking Infrared Cameras for Micrometeorological Applications within Vineyards
14) Test of the Practicality and Feasibility of EDoF-Empowered Image Sensors for Long-Range Biometrics
15) Nonintrusive Finger-Vein Recognition System Using NIR Image Sensor and Accuracy Analyses According to Various Factors
16) Full-Field Optical Coherence Tomography Using Galvo Filter-Based Wavelength Swept Laser
17) A Selective Change Driven System for High-Speed Motion Analysis
18) Geometric Calibration and Validation of Kompsat-3A AEISS-A Camera
19) Design and Evaluation of a Scalable and Reconfigurable Multi-Platform System for Acoustic Imaging
20) Underwater Imaging Using a 1 × 16 CMUT Linear Array
21) Ultraviolet Imaging with Low Cost Smartphone Sensors: Development and Application of a Raspberry Pi-Based UV Camera
22) Design of a Sub-Picosecond Jitter with Adjustable-Range CMOS Delay-Locked Loop for High- Speed and Low-Power Applications
23) A Low Power Digital Accumulation Technique for Digital-Domain CMOS TDI Image Sensor
24) A 75-ps Gated CMOS Image Sensor with Low Parasitic Light Sensitivity
25) A Fast Multiple Sampling Method for Low-Noise CMOS Image Sensors With Column-Parallel 12-bit SAR ADCs
26) Long-Term Continuous Double Station Observation of Faint Meteor Showers
27) Evaluation of a Wobbling Method Applied to Correcting Defective Pixels of CZT Detectors in SPECT Imaging
28) A Bevel Gear Quality Inspection System Based on Multi-Camera Vision Technology
29) Substrate and Passivation Techniques for Flexible Amorphous Silicon-Based X-ray Detectors
30) Time-Resolved Synchronous Fluorescence for Biomedical Diagnosis
31) A High Performance Banknote Recognition System Based on a One-Dimensional Visible Light Line Sensor
32) Uncertainty Comparison of Visual Sensing in Adverse Weather Conditions
33) Object Occlusion Detection Using Automatic Camera Calibration for a Wide-Area Video Surveillance System
34) A Crowd-Sourcing Indoor Localization Algorithm via Optical Camera on a Smartphone Assisted by Wi-Fi Fingerprint RSSI
35) Parallax-Robust Surveillance Video Stitching
36) Monocular-Vision-Based Autonomous Hovering for a Miniature Flying Ball
37) Driver Distraction Using Visual-Based Sensors and Algorithms