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2015 Electronic Imaging | Call for Papers

DSS Defense + Security | Call for papers

Journal of Electronic Imaging

SPIE PRESS



Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

Liquid crystal devices tailored for specific imaging applications
Harnessing the strong electro-optic properties of liquid crystals permits high-resolution, extended depth of focus, and multi-parameter imaging.
A unified algorithm for retrieving a variety of atmospheric properties is applicable to remote sensing observations obtained from space, ground, and aircraft.
19 September 2014

A pre-processing procedure can diminish the data noise from new-generation hyperspectral sensors, thus minimizing negative impacts on target detection algorithms.

18 September 2014
Despite improvements in performance, as yet no face-tracking algorithm is capable of simultaneously tracking and identifying a relatively large number of faces in high-resolution video frames in real time.
8 September 2014

An autonomous person-detection solution could help alert surveillance operators to potential issues, reducing the cognitive burden and achieving more with less manpower.

2 September 2014
Incorporating a lithium niobate electro-optic phase modulator into an interferometric fringe projection system could permit imaging at rates of megahertz or even gigahertz.
29 August 2014
 
John Mather: JWST will continue the exploration of the early universe

Nature News Blog / SPIE Newsroom
26 September 2014