Electro-optical design for efficient visual communication
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Communication theory., Telecommunication., Optical communication., Visual signals., Electro-optics., Image processing., Data transmission., Information tran
|Statement||Friedrich O. Huck ... [et al.].|
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Abstract Visual communication, in the form of telephotography and television, for example, can be regarded as efficient only if the amount of information that it conveys about the scene to the observer approaches the maximum possible and the associated cost approaches the minimum possible.
Visual communication can be regarded as efficient only if the amount of information that it conveys from the scene to the observer approaches the maximum possible and the associated cost approaches the minimum possible. To deal with this problem, Fales and Huck have integrated the critical limiting factors that constrain image gathering into classical concepts of communication theory.
We use this approach to assess the electro-optical design of image-gathering devices as a function of the I number and apodization of the objective lens and the aperture size and sampling geometry of the photodetection by: 5.
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24 June Electro-optical design for efficient visual communication. Friedrich O. Huck This paper uses this approach to assess the electro-optical design of the image gathering device. Friedrich O. Huck, Carl L. Fales, Daniel J.
Jobson, and Zia-ur Rahman "Electro-optical design for efficient visual communication", Proc. SPIE Author: Friedrich O. Huck, Carl L. Fales, Daniel J. Jobson, Zia-ur Rahman. Get this from a library. Electro-optical design for efficient visual communication.
[Friedrich O Huck; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. We use this approach to assess the electro-optical design of image gathering devices as a function of the f number and apodization of the objective lens and the aperture size and sampling geometry of the phot-detection mechanism.
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The Case for Visual Communications: why it works. The power of images in modern communication is irrefutable. In the world of social media, visual content is 40 times more likely to get shared, and articles that feature an image every words receive.
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VISUAL COMMUNICATION An Information Theory Approach Chapter 1 Introduction 1. 1 OBJECTIVE l The fundamental problem of communication, as Shannon stated it, is that of reproducing at one point either exactly or approximately a message selected at another point.
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