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Controlled-intensity detection peaks in a binary joint transform correlator

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Abstract

In multiobject pattern recognition the height of the correlation peaks should be controlled when the power spectrum of a joint transform correlator is binarized. In this paper a method to predetermine the value of detection peaks is demonstrated. The technique is based on a frequency-variant threshold in order to remove the intraclass terms and on a suitable factor to normalize the binary joint power spectrum. Digital simulations and experimental hybrid implementation of this method were carried out.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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