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Evaluating Focal Stack with Compressive Sensing

  • Mohammed AbuhusseinEmail author
  • Aaron L. RobinsonEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 943)

Abstract

Compressive sensing (CS) has demonstrated the ability in the field of signal and image processing to reconstruct signals from fewer samples than prescribed by the Shannon-Nyquist algorithm. In this paper, we evaluate the results of the application of a compressive sensing based fusion algorithm to a Focal Stack (FS) set of images of different focal planes to produce a single All In-Focus Image. This model, tests \(l_{1}\)-norm optimization to reconstruct a set of images, called a Focal Stack to reproduce the scene with all focused points. This method can be used with any Epsilon Photography algorithm, such as Lucky Imaging, Multi-Image panorama stitching, or Confocal Stereo. The images are aligned and blocked first for faster processing time and better accuracy. We evaluate our results by calculating the correlation of each block with the corresponding focus plane. We also discuss the shortcomings of this simulation as well as the potential improvements on this algorithm.

Keywords

Compressive sensing Focal stack Image Fusion Sparsity 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of MemphisMemphisUSA

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