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Computation of arbitrarily constrained synthetic discriminant functions

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Abstract

An algorithm for computing correlation filters based on synthetic discriminant functions that can be displayed on current spatial light modulators is presented. The procedure is nondivergent, computationally feasible, and capable of producing multiple solutions, thus overcoming some of the pitfalls of previous methods.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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