Optical Superresolution by David MendlovicOptical Superresolution by David Mendlovic

Optical Superresolution

byDavid MendlovicAs told byDavid Mendlovic

Hardcover | November 3, 2003

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The authors explore the ways to improve the classical resolution limits of an imaging system, and provide novel approaches for achieving better results than would otherwise be possible with current imaging technology. The book begins by presenting the theoretical foundations, background information, and terminology of super resolution, and then discusses methods and systems used to achieve the super resolution effect. Various approaches to dealing with and exceeding the limitations of the lens aperture, the pixel size of the camera, and the noise generated at the detector are presented and analyzed. The last chapter illustrates several industry-related examples and potential applications to real industrial electro-optical systems. This book is intended for graduate students or researchers in academia or industry, and anyone else looking to improve the performance of their electro-optical system design.
Title:Optical SuperresolutionFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.01 inPublished:November 3, 2003Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0387005919

ISBN - 13:9780387005911

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Table of Contents

Fourier Transform and Fourier Optics - Degrees of Freedom and Wigner Distribution - The Concept of Super Resolution - Diffractive Super Resolution - Complex Adaptation - Geometrical Super Resolution - Noise Equivilant Super Resolution - Some Industrial Examples

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews:"This book explores the ways to improve the classical resolution limits of an imaging system and provides novel approaches for achieving better results than would otherwise be possible with current imaging technology. . The most important feature of this book is its attempt to address an important subject that has not been addressed before, the subject of resolution and imaging, and to discuss techniques of how to exceed these classical limitations. The book includes novel approaches to deal with exceeding the resolution limits . ." (Yvon Renotte, Physicalia, Vol. 57 (3), 2005)