Robust Approach for Nonuniformity Correction in Infrared Focal Plane Array
AbstractIn this paper, we propose a new scene-based nonuniformity correction technique for infrared focal plane arrays. Our work is based on the use of two well-known scene-based methods, namely, adaptive and interframe registration-based exploiting pure translation motion model between frames. The two approaches have their benefits and drawbacks, which make them extremely effective in certain conditions and not adapted for others. Following on that, we developed a method robust to various conditions, which may slow or affect the correction process by elaborating a decision criterion that adapts the process to the most effective technique to ensure fast and reliable correction. In addition to that, problems such as bad pixels and ghosting artifacts are also dealt with to enhance the overall quality of the correction. The performance of the proposed technique is investigated and compared to the two state-of-the-art techniques cited above. View Full-Text
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Boutemedjet, A.; Deng, C.; Zhao, B. Robust Approach for Nonuniformity Correction in Infrared Focal Plane Array. Sensors 2016, 16, 1890.
Boutemedjet A, Deng C, Zhao B. Robust Approach for Nonuniformity Correction in Infrared Focal Plane Array. Sensors. 2016; 16(11):1890.Chicago/Turabian Style
Boutemedjet, Ayoub; Deng, Chenwei; Zhao, Baojun. 2016. "Robust Approach for Nonuniformity Correction in Infrared Focal Plane Array." Sensors 16, no. 11: 1890.
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