Accession Number : AD1001330


Title :   Support for Implications of Compressive Sensing Concepts to Imaging Systems


Descriptive Note : Technical Report,09 Apr 2014,08 Apr 2015


Corporate Author : Optical Society of America Washington United States


Personal Author(s) : Athale,Ravi ; Mahalanobis,Abhijit ; Mait,Joe ; Neifeld,Mark


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/1001330.pdf


Report Date : 02 Aug 2015


Pagination or Media Count : 20


Abstract : Compressive Sensing (CS) has emerged as field of study that has the potential to revolutionize the sensor industry, with applications that span across commercial, defense, security and medical domains. While the mathematics is well understood, in recent years there has been a surge of interest in harnessing the potential of CS to design real-world systems that provide significant benefits in reducing hardware cost/complexity, improve the data processing efficiency, and enabling new sensing capabilities that cannot be achieved using conventional techniques. The purpose of the Incubator was to seek answers about what is real in CS. Hence, the questions on the table were:1. Are there any concrete applications where CS has offered a quantifiable advantage over other State of the Art techniques? 2. What are the underlying factors that lead to these advantages? Are these factors transferable to other important applications? 3. When there is a clear benefit, what are the challenges that are holding it back from implementation? 4. What technology advances are required to make it a compelling technique to help meet current and future needs?


Descriptors :   COMPRESSED SENSING , signal processing , detection , detectors , image processing , pattern recognition


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE