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Optimality of trade-off filters

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Abstract

We compare the optimal trade-off approach for synthetic discriminant function filters and an approach introduced recently, the minimum noise and correlation energy filter, using an objective quantitative figure of merit. A new general definition of multicriteria optimal trade-off correlation filters is introduced based on this comparison.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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