Visual Communication - Theoretical Approach

Theoretical Approach

 
 
 
 
Our characterization and optimization of
visual communication entails three elements:

1. A mathematical model that accounts for
image gathering, signal coding and
image restoration as a whole,
from the scene to the observer.

2. Figures of merit that account for the
critical limiting factors that constrain
visual communication.

3. Computational simulations to correlate
quantitative assessments with measurable
and perceptual performance.

 
 

Results

Introduction to Discussion of theory

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