An Information Theory Approach to Incoherent Information Processing Systems



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Imaging Systems Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 80309

An Information Theory Approach to Incoherent Information Processing Systems

Edward R. Dowski, Jr.

Abstract:

Information theory offers a powerful method of determining design goals for optimum spatially incoherent information processing systems. These goals can be given both a geometric and a spatial frequency interpretation. This information theory approach is applied to the three example systems of single-image, single-lens, passive range estimation, range-invariant imaging, and orthogonal passive range detection systems.





Ed Dowski
Wed Nov 1 12:38:26 MST 1995