Abstract

By the filter modulation operator N, the modified filter synthetic discriminant function permits advantageous preprocessing of individual training-set images that are used in a linear combination to construct the filter synthetic discriminant function, which applies a modulation operator ℳ to the synthetic discriminant function. A relaxation algorithm is used to satisfy the equal correlation peaks rule in the correlator output plane. As the filter modulation operators ℳ and N can be given any functional form, the modified filter synthetic discriminant function design proposed is sufficiently general to be described as a unified filter modulation synthetic discriminant function design.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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