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Publications [#280425] of David J. Brady

Papers Published

  1. Neifeld, MA; Mahalanobis, A; Brady, DJ, Task-specific sensing--introduction., Applied Optics, vol. 45 no. 13 (May, 2006), pp. 2857-2858, ISSN 1559-128X [AO.45.002857], [doi]
    (last updated on 2019/11/13)

    Task-specific sensing (TSS), a concept concerned with the joint optimization of optical and/or hardware and computational degrees of freedom toward the optimal solution of a task, is discussed. TSS mitigates the limitations of traditional optical sensing and sensor information processing. Traditional approaches to sensing and sensor signal processing employ separate design and/or optimization strategies. This approach ignores the opportunity for tasks and algorithms to influence the type, the complexity, or the quantity of data gathered by sensors. TSS is a powerful framework for the design and analysis of optical systems for spectroscopy and 3D imaging.

    Computer hardware;Optical sensors;Signal processing;Optimization;Algorithms;Data acquisition;Spectroscopic analysis;