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Optically Compressed Image Sensing Using 1-Bit Measurements

A. Bourquard, M. Unser

Invited talk, Tenth Euro-American Workshop on Information Optics (WIO'11), Benicàssim, Kingdom of Spain, June 19-24, 2011.



In this work, we propose a general image-acquisition model that produces compressed binary data, following a parallel optical design. Accordingly, we design a specific reconstruction algorithm that yields satisfactory results in a computationally efficient manner. We then perform some experiments, discussing the relevance of L1 regularization for our problem.


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