Special Issue "Intelligent Processing on Image and Optical Information"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 January 2020).
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: intelligent image processing; IR and MMW image processing; three-dimensional information processing; video surveillance; pattern recognition
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Intelligent image and optical information processing have significantly contributed to the recent epoch of artificial intelligence and smart cars. Certainly, information acquired by various imaging techniques is of tremendous value, thus intelligent analysis of them is necessary to make the best use of it.
This special issue focuses on the vast range of intelligent processing of image and optical information acquired by various imaging methods. Images are commonly formed via visible light; three-dimensional information is acquired by multi-view imaging or digital holography; infrared, terahertz, and millimeter waves are good resources in a non-visible environment. Synthetic aperture radar and radiographic or ultrasonic imaging constitute military, industrial, and medical regimes. The objectives of intelligent processing range from the refinement of raw data to the symbolic representation and visualization of real world. It comes through unsupervised or supervised learning based on statistical and mathematical models or computational algorithms.
Intelligent processing on image and optical information has been widely involved in a variety of research fields such as video surveillance, biometric recognition, non-destructive testing, medical diagnosis, robotic sensing, compressed sensing, autonomous driving, three-dimensional scene reconstruction, and others. The latest technological developments will be shared through this special issue. We invite researchers and investigators to contribute their original research or review articles to this special issue.
Prof. Dr. Seokwon Yeom
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