Optical Imaging Using Binary Sensors
A. Bourquard, F. Aguet, M. Unser
Optics Express, vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 4876-4888, March 1, 2010.
This paper addresses the problem of reconstructing an image from 1-bit-quantized measurements, considering a simple but nonconventional optical acquisition model. Following a compressed-sensing design, a known pseudo-random phase-shifting mask is introduced at the aperture of the optical system. The associated reconstruction algorithm is tailored to this mask. Our results demonstrate the feasibility of the whole approach for reconstructing grayscale images.
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