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Single-pixel imaging is a recent paradigm that allows the acquisition of images at reasonably low cost by exploiting hardware compression of the data. The architecture of a single-pixel camera consists of only two elements: a spatial light modulator, and a single-point detector. The key idea is to measure the projection at the detector (i.e., the inner product) of the scene under view -the image- with some patterns. The post-processing of a sequence of measurements obtained with different patterns permits the restoring of the desired image. Single-pixel imaging has several advantages, which are of interest for different applications, and especially in the biomedical field. In particular, a time-resolved single-pixel imaging system benefits fluorescence lifetime sensing. Such ... toggle 6 keywords

single-pixel imaging wavelets nonnegative matrix factorization multispectral measurements time-resolved measurements fluorescence lifetime imaging


Rousset, Florian
University of Lyon - Politecnico di Milan
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Jan. 31, 2018

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