Imaging through partially occluding media using compressive sensing Academic Article uri icon


  • The imaging of a partially occluded target object is an active area of research. It is usually addressed using multi-aperture systems in which different views of the object can be revealed by applying synthesis algorithms. These techniques often require substantial scanning and are limited by the numerical aperture of a single perspective, which may yield low-resolved object details.

publication date

  • January 1, 2012