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One-shot multispectral color imaging with a stereo camera
(Proceedings of SPIE;7876, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
Multispectral color imaging is a promising technology, which can solve many of the problems of traditional RGB color imaging. However, it still lacks widespread and general use because of its limitations. State of the art ...
Computational Color Constancy using a Stereo Camera
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2012)
Chromagenic color constancy is one of the promising solutions to the color constancy problem. However, this technique requires two shots of a scene: a conventional RGB image and an additional image that is optically ...
Spatial Arrangement of Color Filter Array for Multispectral Image Acquisition
(Proceedings of SPIE;7875, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
In the past few years there has been a significant volume of research work carried out in the field of multispectral image acquisition. The focus of most of these has been to facilitate a type of multispectral image ...
Computational color constancy using chromagenic filters in color filter arrays
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
We have proposed, in this paper, a new color constancy technique, an extension to the chromagenic color constancy. Chromagenic based illuminant estimation methods take two shots of a scene, one without and one with a ...
Eigensteps: A giant leap for gait recognition
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2010)
In this paper we will show that using Principle Component Analysis (PCA) on accelerometer based gait data will give a large improvement on the performance. On a dataset of 720 gait samples (60 volunteers and 12 gait samples ...
Multispectral Imaging using a Stereo Camera: Concept, Design and Assessment
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
This paper proposes a one-shot six-channel multispectral color image acquisition system using a stereo camera and a pair of optical filters. The two filters from the best pair selected from among readily available filters ...