Multi-aperture optics as a universal platform for computational imaging
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- Tanida, J. Opt Rev (2016) 23: 859. doi:10.1007/s10043-016-0256-0
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Computational imaging is a novel imaging framework based on optical encoding and computational decoding. To avoid a heuristic design that depends on the particular problem to be solved, multi-aperture optics is useful as a universal platform for optical encoding. In this paper, the fundamental properties of multi-aperture optics are summarized. Then some examples of interesting functions implemented by multi-aperture optics are explained, together with some effective applications.