SCHEME FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF IMAGING SYSTEMS BASED ON OBJECT-CLASS SEPARABILITY.

W. E. Smith, Harrison H Barrett, R. D. Fiete, K. J. Myers, T. J. Roney

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Abstract

A cost function is presented that characterizes how well two or more object classes are separated for classification purposes. This cost, the Hotelling trace criterion (HTC), can be used as a measure of performance of an imaging system. As an example, the HTC is applied to the aperture design of a coded-aperture system useful in nuclear medicine.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationActa Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series
PublisherFinnish Acad of Technical Sciences
Pages254-257
Number of pages4
Edition149
ISBN (Print)9516662021
StatePublished - 1985

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Smith, W. E., Barrett, H. H., Fiete, R. D., Myers, K. J., & Roney, T. J. (1985). SCHEME FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF IMAGING SYSTEMS BASED ON OBJECT-CLASS SEPARABILITY. In Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series (149 ed., pp. 254-257). Finnish Acad of Technical Sciences.

SCHEME FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF IMAGING SYSTEMS BASED ON OBJECT-CLASS SEPARABILITY. / Smith, W. E.; Barrett, Harrison H; Fiete, R. D.; Myers, K. J.; Roney, T. J.

Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series. 149. ed. Finnish Acad of Technical Sciences, 1985. p. 254-257.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Smith, WE, Barrett, HH, Fiete, RD, Myers, KJ & Roney, TJ 1985, SCHEME FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF IMAGING SYSTEMS BASED ON OBJECT-CLASS SEPARABILITY. in Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series. 149 edn, Finnish Acad of Technical Sciences, pp. 254-257.
Smith WE, Barrett HH, Fiete RD, Myers KJ, Roney TJ. SCHEME FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF IMAGING SYSTEMS BASED ON OBJECT-CLASS SEPARABILITY. In Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series. 149 ed. Finnish Acad of Technical Sciences. 1985. p. 254-257
Smith, W. E. ; Barrett, Harrison H ; Fiete, R. D. ; Myers, K. J. ; Roney, T. J. / SCHEME FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF IMAGING SYSTEMS BASED ON OBJECT-CLASS SEPARABILITY. Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series. 149. ed. Finnish Acad of Technical Sciences, 1985. pp. 254-257
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