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Image recognition by holography

by G. I. Vasilenko

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Published by Consultants Bureau in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Image processing.,
  • Holography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG.I. Vasilenko and L.M. Tsibulʹkin ; translated from Russian by Albin Tybulewicz.
    ContributionsT͡S︡ibulʹkin, L. M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA1632 .V3413 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 332 p. :
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2046608M
    ISBN 100306110172
    LC Control Number88023739

    Researchers use holography techniques for image processing, storage, and display. By Dave Wilson. Holography uses a coherent laser to record light as it is reflected from an object. By merging the object beam with a reference beam, an interference pattern is generated and recorded on a film plate. Fundamentals --Principles and applications of holography --Formation of images in holography --Holography by computer --Optical filtering and pattern recognition. Responsibility: expanded and revised from the French edition [by] M. Françon. Translated by Grace Marmor Spruch.

    Holography is often used as a plot device in science fiction, appearing in a wide range of books, films, television series, animation and video ly the first reference is by Isaac Asimov in his sci-fi novel series “the Foundation Trilogy” in Holography has been widely referred to in movies, novels, and TV, usually in science fiction, starting in the late s. Holographic programming: a HoloLens how-to in a mixed reality world It could be a kids book coming to life when looking at it through your phone’s camera or a t-shirt showing the latest movie when activated through an app. It is an overlay of data, often activated through a mobile device. The HoloLens uses advanced speech recognition.

    A hologram is a physical recording of an interference pattern which uses diffraction to reproduce a three-dimensional light field, resulting in an image which retains the depth, parallax, and other properties of the original scene. Holography is the science and practice of making holograms. A hologram is a photographic recording of a light field, rather than an image formed by a lens. Google Image Recognition. Google is renowned for creating the best search tools available. It added weight to that claim in , when it launched its image recognition search. The tool scours the web for images that appear similar to the one you have uploaded.


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Image recognition by holography by G. I. Vasilenko Download PDF EPUB FB2

Image recognition by holography. [G I Vasilenko; L M T︠S︡ibulʹkin] -- "A systematic account of the current status of holographic recognition systems, including their theory, principles of.

Holography reviews advances in the field of holography and its various applications in areas such as interferometry, microscopy, and acoustics.

Topics range from acoustic holography to image multiplexing, formation of images in holography, and holography by computer. Some experiments based on Gabor's holography are also presented.

Purchase Applications of Holography and Optical Data Processing - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. This book will appeal to both lecturers and research scientists in the field of electro-optic devices and systems.

Features: Covers a range of new developments, including computer-generated holography and 3D image recognition; Accessible without a range of prior knowledge, providing a clear exposition of technically difficult conceptsCited by: 1. 3D Holographic Image recognition by holography book Recognition by Using Graphic Processing Unit-Jeong-A Lee et al.

shown as the size of the recorded holographic fringe pattern increases, th e comp utation tim e of the 3D. In this paper we examine and compare the computational speeds of three-dimensional (3D) object recognition by use of digital holography based on central unit processing (CPU) and graphic processing unit (GPU) computing.

The holographic fringe pattern of a 3D object is obtained using an in-line interferometry setup. The Fourier matched filters are applied to the complex image reconstructed from.

In this paper, we describe an image recognition system using a multi-channel optical correlator as the computational element and a volume holographic memory as a template database. By recording the holographic matched filters in the disk-type Ce:Fe:LiNbO 3.

As such, OAM holography allows the multiplexing of a wide range of OAM-dependent holographic images with a helical mode index spanning from −50 to 50, leading to a 10 bit OAM-encoded hologram. The Fourier Transform Hologram with a Spatially Modulated Reference Wave Some Experiments with Fourier Transform Holograms Character Recognition Multiplexing and Coding Image Processing References Holographic Interferometry Real-Time Interferometry Double-Exposure Interferometry.

Principles and techniques of digital holographic microscopy Myung K. Kim University of South Florida, Department of Physics, E. Fowler Avenue, Tampa, Florida [email protected] Abstract. Digital holography is an emerging field of new paradigm in general imaging appli-cations.

This book describes recent developments, as well as the prospects and challenges in advances in imaging sciences and engineering such as 3D image sensing, 3D holographic imaging, imaging applications for bio-photonics and 3D image recognition. Advanced imaging systems incorporate knowledge from various fields.

Applications of Holography and Optical Data Processing contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Applications of Holography and Optical Data Processing, held in Jerusalem in August The conference is attended by eminent scientists in the field of optics, characterized by high-level scientific presentations and discussions.

Joseph Rosen is a professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

He received his BSc, MSc, and DSc degrees in electrical engineering from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in, andrespectively.

He is a fellow of the Optical Society of America. His research interests include holography, image. Scientific American“The Amateur Scientist” section.“Holography Handbook: Making Holograms The Easy Way by Fred Unterseher, Jeannene Hansen and Bob Schlesinger, is rich in detail about how to produce all kinds of hologram on a limited budget.”*****Library Journal“This comprehensive book is a guide for non-technical people who wish to create their own s: 5.

Holography, on the other hand does not utilize a lens to form a latent image. It relies on the principle of interference to produce an image. The interference pattern is captured by the film and processed.

The hologram is then illuminated with laser light (transmission) or white light (reflection). A holographic image is then observed.

THE application of holography to character recognition has been receiving a great deal of attention. A recent report by Gabor1 introduced a somewhat different approach to the problem, based on a. This book will appeal to both lecturers and research scientists in the field of electro-optic devices and systems.

Features: Covers a range of new developments, including computer-generated holography and 3D image recognition; Accessible without a range of prior knowledge, providing a clear exposition of technically difficult conceptsFormat: Hardcover. The book presents the basic concepts of optical data processing, including coherence, optical Fourier transform, holography, and optical pattern recognition.

Attention is given to optical transforms and coherent processing systems, noting crystallography transforms. Procedures for optical image enhancement and image restoration are outlined along with the basic principles of synthetic radar. Basics of Holography is a general introduction to the subject written by a leading worker in the field.

It begins with the theory of holographic imaging, the characteristics of the reconstructed image, and the various types of holograms. Practical aspects of holography are then described, including light sources, the characteristics of recording media and recording materials, as well as.

The practical and comprehensive guide to the creation and application of holograms. Written by Martin Richardson (an acclaimed leader and pioneer in the field) and John Wiltshire, The Hologram: Principles and Techniques is an important book that explores the various types of hologram in their multiple forms and explains how to create and apply the technology.

This book will appeal to both lecturers and research scientists in the field of electro-optic devices and systems. Features: Covers a range of new developments, including computer-generated holography and 3D image recognition Accessible without a range of prior knowledge, providing a clear exposition of technically difficult concepts Contains Author: Neil Collings.Holography 1 HOLOGRAPHY Introduction and Background The aesthetic appeal and commercial usefulness of holography are both related to the ability of a hologram to store a three-dimensional image.

Unlike ordinary photographs, holograms record both phase and amplitude information. Because phase is a relative property, construction of a.holographic image will be destroyed totally, rather than ending up partially obstructed or interferometry, pattern recognition, data storage, movies, and television.

Despite over fifty years of existence, the potential of holography is still being explored today. .