Abstract

Single-target and multiple-target detections by using a joint transform correlator (JTC) with compressed reference images are experimentally verified. Two high-contrast images with different spatial-frequency content are used as test scenes. Although an effect of the additive noise on detection performance of the proposed correlator is more severe than that of the compression, the experimental results confirm the feasibility of implementing the JTC with compressed reference images.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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