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Title: Design considerations for line-scan multi-spectral imaging systems
Other Titles: Consideraciones para el diseño de sistemas de imagen multiespectral de escáner en línea
Authors: Eckhard, Timo Micha
Direction: Valero Benito, Eva María
Hernández Andrés, Javier
Collaborator: Universidad de Granada. Programa oficial de doctorado en Física y Ciencias del Espacio
Issue Date: 2016
Submitted Date: 2-Jul-2015
Abstract: Spectral imaging systems have been used for spectral measurements for several decades, mainly for scienti c purposes, and were usually linked to costly applications. Thanks to research in imaging science and machine learning and the technological advancement in recent years, spectral imaging became feasible for various industrial and even consumer applications. This dissertation deals with line-scan multi-spectral imaging systems for spectral re- ectance and color measurements. The most important aspects under consideration are optimization of spectral properties of the optical components, image registration and estimation of surface spectral re ectances. We focus on a particular system design, in which multiple color ltered RGB images with distinct spectral content are acquired at the same time. These images correspond to di erent viewpoints of the scanning scene due to the mechanical arrangement of camera sensor and optics. By optimizing the system's optical component spectral properties, the amount of spectral information acquired can be increased and the spectral re ectance estimation can be improved. We propose a lter selection framework and demonstrate that optimization for various line-scan system con gurations results in an improvement of spectral and color measurement performance. Multi-channel image registration is required to account for viewpoint di erences and other sources of image channel misalignment. We develop a calibration scheme for planar scanning objects and propose scene-adaptive registration for non-planar scanning objects. For our 12-channel laboratory imaging system, subpixel accuracy is achieved. Based on the registered multi-channel image data, spectral re ectance estimation can be performed. Physical and empirical estimation methods are considered, and we propose a logarithmic kernel function for kernel ridge regression. We experimentally compare performance of various estimation methods for simulated and measured camera response data and consider di erent noise levels and number of spectral channels. Empirical estimation performance is in uenced by model training. We compare various training sample selection approaches and propose an application dependent selection scheme. Further, adaptive training methods from related literature are uni ed conceptually and evaluated systematically. We show that the aforementioned aspects of line-scan multi-spectral imaging system design are critical for spectral and color measurement, and that application speci c design is often bene cial to improve system performance.
Sponsorship: Tesis Univ. Granada. Programa oficial de doctorado en Física y Ciencias del Espacio
Publisher: Universidad de Granada
Keywords: Sistemas de imágenes
Astrofísica
Espectroscopia
Interferometría
Procesado de imágenes
Reflectancia
Sistemas de barrido
UDC: 53
25
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/42789
ISBN: 9788491255567
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Eckhard, T.M. Design considerations for line-scan multi-spectral imaging systems. Granada: Universidad de Granada, 2016. [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/42789]
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