Abstract

High-resolution, wide-field-of-view airborne imaging produces large optical systems and data streams. Significant simplification is possible if motion detection, rather than full imaging, is the goal. We consider a static, compressive-sensing architecture for this problem.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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