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Optical Engineering

Model-based multirate Kalman filtering approach for optimal two-dimensional signal reconstruction from noisy subband systems
Author(s): Jiang Qun Ni; Ka Leung Ho; Kai Wing Tse
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Paper Abstract

Conventional synthesis filters in subband systems lose their optimality when additive noise (due, for example, to signal quantization) disturbs the subband components. The multichannel representation of subband signals is combined with the statistical model of input signal to derive the multirate state-space model for the filter bank system with additive subband noises. Thus the signal reconstruction problem in subband systems can be formulated as the process of optimal state estimation in the equivalent multirate state-space model. Incorporated with the vector dynamical model, a 2-D multirate state-space model suitable for 2-D Kalman filtering is developed. The performance of the proposed 2-D multirate Kalman filter can be further improved through adaptive segmentation of the object plane. The object plane is partitioned into disjoint regions based on their spatial activity, and different vector dynamical models are used to characterize the nonstationary object-plane distributions. Finally, computer simulations with the proposed 2-D multirate Kalman filter give favorable results.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 August 1998
PDF: 11 pages
Opt. Eng. 37(8) doi: 10.1117/1.601758
Published in: Optical Engineering Volume 37, Issue 8
Show Author Affiliations
Jiang Qun Ni, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Ka Leung Ho, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Kai Wing Tse, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)


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