*JOSA-A( Vol No. )*
* ***Journal of the Optical Society of America**

*JOSA-A(10)*
* Color Constancy. I. Basic Theory of Two Stage Linear Recovery of Spectral Descriptions for Lights and Surfaces

* Color Constancy. II. Results for Two-Stage Linear Recovery of Spectral Descriptions for Lights and Surfaces

* Illuminance critical points on generic smooth surfaces

* Image Recovery form Data Acquired with a Charge-Coupled Device Camera

* Maximum A Posteriori Classification of Multifrequency, Multilook Synthetic Aperture Radar Intensity Data

* Pairwise Comparison Technique: A Simple Solution for Depth Reconstruction

* Recognition Polynomials

* Surface Reconstruction from Photometric Stereo Images

* Uniqueness of Results for Multiple Correlations of Periodic Functions

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*JOSA-A(11)*
* 3-Dimensional Stereo by Photometric Ratios

* Color Constancy. III. General Linear Recovery of Spectral Descriptions for Lights and Surfaces

* Color Constancy: Generalized Diagonal Transforms Suffice

* Determination of Surface-Roughness from Reflected Step Edges

* Diffuse-Reflectance Model for Smooth Dielectric Surfaces

* Global Color Constancy: Recognition of Objects by Use of Illumination-Invariant Properties of Color Distributions

* Gradient and Curvature from the Photometric-Stereo Method, Including Local Confidence Estimation

* Method For Estimating Scene Parameters From Color Histograms

* Orthogonal Fourier-Mellin moments for invariant pattern recognition

* Photometric Stereo under a Light-Source with Arbitrary Motion

* Physics-Based Machine Vision: Introduction

* Polarization Camera For Computer Vision With A Beam Splitter

* Robust Physics-Based Analysis of Thermal and Visual Imagery

* Segmentation of Surface Curvature with a Photometric Invariant

* Shape from Shading on a Cloudy Day

* Simple Range Cameras Based on Focal Error

* Spectral Sharpening: Sensor Transformations for Improved Color Constancy

* Temporal-Color Space Analysis of Reflection

* Use of Invariants for Recognition of Three-Dimensional Color Textures

* What is the Center of the Image?

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*JOSA-A(12)*
* Extracting Object Motion During Observer Motion: Combining Constraints from Optic Flow and Binocular Disparity

* Illumination-Invariant Recognition of Texture in Color Images

* Implementation of a Modified Richardson-Lucy Method for Image Restoration on a Massively Parallel Computer to Compensate for Space-Variant Point Spread of a Charge-Coupled-Device Camera

* Pictorial Depth Cues: A New Slant

* Stratification of 3-Dimensional Vision: Projective, Affine, and Metric Representations

* Stratification of 3D Vision: Projective, Affine and Metric Representations

*JOSA-A(13)*
* Contrast Gain-Control in First-Order and 2nd-Order Motion Perception

* Control of Texture in Image Half-Toning

* Detection and Motion Detection in Chromatic and Luminance Beats

* Illuminance Texture Due to Surface Mesostructure

* Image-Reconstruction from Fourier-Transform Magnitude with Applications to Synthetic-Aperture Radar Imaging

* Limitations of Surface-Color and Apparent-Color Constancy

* Multichannel Vision System for Estimating Surface and Illumination Functions

* Occlusion Edge Blur: A Cue to Relative Visual Depth

* Projection-Based, Frequency-Domain Estimation of Superimposed Translational Motions

* Scanning Singular-Value-Decomposition Method for Restoration of Images with Space-Variant Blur

* Structure and Motion from Two Orthographic Views

* Structure-from-Motion: Determining the Range and Orientation of Surfaces by Image Interpolation

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*JOSA-A(14)*
* Adaptive Quadrature Filters and the Recovery of Phase from Fringe Pattern Images

* Analytical Method to Calculate Optical Transfer-Functions for Image Motion and Vibrations Using Moments

* Bayesian Color Constancy

* Color Component Transformations for Optical Pattern Recognition

* Color Constancy in the Nearly Natural Image: I: Asymmetric Matches

* Detection of Second-Order Structure in Optical-Flow Fields

* Determining the Egomotion of an Uncalibrated Camera from Instantaneous Optical Flow

* Discriminant Analysis for Recognition of Human Face Images

* Effects of Spatial-Frequency, Duration, and Contrast on Discriminating Motion Directions

* Equivalent Background Speed in Recovery from Motion Adaptation

* How Big Is a Gabor Patch, and Why Should We Care

* Influence of Boundary Information on the Perception of Color

* Mathematical-Analysis of Motion-Opponent Mechanisms Used in the Determination of Heading and Depth

* Motion and Structure from Two Perspective Views: From Essential Parameters to Euclidean Motion Through the Fundamental Matrix

* Optimum Filter for Detecting a Target in Multiplicative Noise and Additive Noise

* Range Estimation with a Panoramic Visual Sensor

* Restoration of Images of Partially Obscured Objects

* Role of Second-Order and Third-Order Statistics in the Discriminability of Natural Images

* Second-Order Motion Perception in the Peripheral Visual-Field

* Separation of Texture and Shape in Images of Faces for Image-Coding and Synthesis

* Shape Recovery from a Color Image for Non-Lambertian Surfaces

* Spatially Dependent Texture Analysis and Control in Digital Half-Toning

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*JOSA-A(15)*
* Anisotropies in Visual Motion Perception: A Fresh Look

* Color and Luminance Information in Natural Scenes

* Color and Luminance Information in Natural Scenes

* Color Constancy in the Nearly Natural Image: II: Achromatic Loci

* Developments in Generalized Ranked-Order Filters

* Direct Method for Restoration of Motion Blurred Images

* Effect of Light Scatter on Half Tone Color

* Fourier Based Analysis and Synthesis of Moires in the Superposition of Geometrically Transformed Periodic Structures

* Fusion of Images on Affine Sampling Grids

* How Big Is a Gabor Patch, and Why Should We Care

* Identification of Illuminant and Object Colors: Heuristic Based Algorithms

* Illuminant Direction and Shape of a Bump

* Image reconstruction using symmetric convolution and discrete trigonometric transforms

* Image-Restoration Based on Goods Roughness Penalty with Application to Fluorescence Microscopy

* Insights Into Motion Perception By Observer Modeling

* Intrinsic Two Dimensional Features as Textons

* Iterative multiframe superresolution algorithms for atmospheric-turbulence-degraded imagery

* Matching photometric-stereo images

* Maximum-likelihood estimation of an astronomical image from a sequence at low photon levels

* Modeling the Sensitivity of Moment Invariants in a Recognition System

* Multiresolution Probability Analysis of Gray-Scaled Images

* No Role for Motion Blur in Either Motion Detection or Motion-Based Image Segmentation

* Object Recognition Based on Impulse Restoration with Use of the Expectation-Maximization Algorithm

* Object Recovery from the Bispectral Phase in Astronomical Imaging

* Objective Assessment of Image Quality: III, ROC Metrics, Ideal Observers, And Likelihood-Generating Functions

* Optimal algorithms for target location in nonhomogeneous binary images

* Optimal Image-Restoration with the Fractional Fourier-Transform

* Range Estimation by Optical Differentiation

* Superresolution and Convergence Properties of the Expectation-Maximization Algorithm for Maximum-Likelihood Deconvolution of Incoherent Images

* Superresolved Image-Reconstruction of Images Taken Through the Turbulent Atmosphere

* Synthetic-Aperture-Radar Motion Compensation and Feature Extraction by Means of a Relaxation Based Algorithm

* Total Least-Squares Reconstruction with Wavelets for Optical Tomography

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*JOSA-A(16)*
* Algebraic derivation of the Kruppa equations and a new algorithm for self-calibration of cameras

* Application of Gabor transformation to the two-dimensional projection extraction in interferometric tomography

* Atmospheric turbulence visualization with wide-area motion-blur restoration

* Biologically inspired local motion detector architecture

* Color constancy: the role of image surfaces in illuminant adjustment

* Computational theory of color transparency: Recovery of spectral properties for overlapping surfaces

* Convex Projections Algorithm for Restoration of Limited-Angle Chromotomographic Images

* Cramer-Rao analysis of phase-diverse wave-front sensing

* Data-Driven Multichannel Superresolution with Application to Video Sequences

* Digital halftoning by means of green-noise masks

* Effective color CRT calibration techniques for perception research

* Frequency domain analysis of general planar rigid motion with finite duration

* Higher-order structure in natural scenes

* Hilbert-space Karhunen-Loeve transform with application to image analysis

* Image enhancement through turbid media under a microscope by use of polarization gating methods

* Image fusion with additive multiresolution wavelet decomposition. Applications to SPOT and Landsat images

* Imputation of direction of motion in one dimension

* Independent-component analysis of skin color image

* LP-Norm optimum filters for image recognition. Part I. Algorithms

* LP-Norm optimum filters for image recognition. Part II: performance evaluation

* Maximum a posteriori estimation of fixed aberrations, dynamic aberrations, and the object from phase-diverse speckle data

* Measurement of surface orientations of transparent objects by use of polarization in highlight

* Model Bias in Bayesian Image Reconstruction from X-Ray Fiber Diffracton Data

* Multidimensional fast Fourier transform algorithm for signals with arbitrary symmetries

* Multiresolution probability analysis of random fields

* Noise-resilient estimation of optical flow by use of overlapped basis functions

* Objective quality measures for halftoned images

* Optical diffusion tomography by iterative-coordinate-descent optimization in a Bayesian framework

* Parallel image processing based on an evolution equation with anisotropic gain: integrated optoelectronic architectures

* Parametric blind deconvolution: a robust method for the simultaneous estimation of image and blur

* Phase unwrapping for interferometric synthetic aperture radar by use of Helmholtz equation eigenfunctions and the first Green's identity

* Phase-shifted interferometry without phase unwrapping: Reconstruction of a decentered wave front

* Polarization-resolved imaging with a reflection near-field optical microscope

* Projection-space methods to take into account finite beam-width effects in two-dimensional tomography algorithms

* Ratio model for suprathreshold hue-increment detection

* Scene reconstruction from partially overlapping images with use of composite filters

* Separating reflections from images by use of independent component analysis

* Shape from shading for multiple light sources

* Signal processing under uncertain conditions by parallel projections onto fuzzy sets

* Spectral vision system for measuring color images

* Stability and sensitivity of topographic features for synthetic aperture radar target characterization

* Technique for combining incoherent interferometric images

* Texture classification based on comparison of second-order statistics. I. Two-point probability density function estimation and distance measure

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*JOSA-A(17)*
* Active constrained truncated Newton method for simple-bound optical tomography

* Background estimation in nonlinear image restoration

* Binocular Three-Dimensional Motion Detection: Contributions of Lateral Motion and Stereo-Motion

* Characterization of natural illuminants in forests and the use of digital video data to reconstruct illuminant spectra

* Classifying the illumination condition from two light sources by color histogram assessment

* Color from Shape from Color: A Simple Formalism with Known Light Sources

* Computationally efficient and statistically robust image reconstruction in three-dimensional diffraction tomography

* Cone-beam reconstruction by backprojection and filtering

* Filtering and processing of panoramic images obtained using a camera and a wide-angle-imaging reflective surface

* Image restoration with the Viterbi algorithm

* Interferometric data analysis based on Markov nonlinear filtering methodology

* Inverse source problem and minimum-energy sources

* Iterative linear minimum mean-square-error image restoration from partially known blur

* Iterative statistical approach to blind image deconvolution

* Large-scale failures of f- scaling in natural image spectra

* Method for recovery of heading from motion

* Multiresolution spot detection by means of entropy thresholding

* Network Approaches to Two-Dimensional Phase Unwrapping: Intractability and Two New Algorithms

* Noise-residue filtering of interferometric phase images

* Nonlinear diffusion filtering of images obtained by planar laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy

* Optical tomography in the presence of void regions

* Optimal multichannel estimation of the location of a target with nonoverlapping noise

* Optimal processors for images with an arbitrary number of gray levels

* Phase reconstruction from undersampled intensity patterns

* Polarization and statistical analysis of scenes containing a semireflector

* Probabilistic regularization in inverse optical imaging

* Quantitative analysis of error bounds in the recovery of depth from defocused images

* Recovery of Global Nonrigid Motion: A Model-Based Approach without Point Correspondences

* Relational color constancy in achromatic and isoluminant images

* Rotational-diversity phase estimation from differential-interference-contrast microscopy images

* Second-order iterative approach to inverse scattering: Numerical Results

* Separating the chaff from the wheat: Possible Origins of the Oblique Effect

* Shadow-invariant classification for scenes illuminated by daylight

* Spatiotemporal filters in the detection of background modulation targets

* Spectral model of a fluorescent ink halftone

* Spectral sharpening with positivity

* Theory of spatiochromatic image encoding and feature extraction

* Three-dimensional tomographic reconstruction of an absorptive perturbation with diffuse photon density waves

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*JOSA-A(18)*
* Accuracy of velocity estimation by Reichardt correlators

* Analytical model of a three-dimensional integral image recording system that uses circular- and hexagonal-based spherical surface microlenses

* Blind removal of lens distortion

* Chromatic structure of natural scenes

* Coherent use of opposing lenses for axial resolution increase. II. Power and limitation of nonlinear image restoration

* Color constancy at a pixel

* Diffraction tomography reconstruction algorithms for quantitative imaging of phase objects

* Effect of inherent location uncertainty on detection of stationary targets in noisy image sequences

* Face verification through tracking facial features

* Fast maximum-likelihood image-restoration algorithms for three-dimensional fluorescence microscopy

* Fusion and merging of multispectral images with use of multiscale fundamental forms

* Generalized circular autoregressive models for isotropic and anisotropic Gaussian textures

* Higher-Order-Statistics-Based Detection of Vehicles in Still Images

* Hyperefficient detection of targets in noisy images

* Image recognition in the presence of non-Gaussian noise with unknown statistics

* Integer ambiguity resolution in phase closure imaging

* Interferometric spectral imaging for three-dimensional objects illuminated by a natural light source

* Inverse problem in optical diffusion tomography: I. Fourier Laplace inversion formulas

* Iterative algorithm with a constraint condition for numerical reconstruction of a three-dimensional object from its hologram

* Multicriterion cross-entropy minimization approach to positron emission tomographic imaging

* Noise robustness of nonlinear filters for image recognition

* Physics-based approach to color image enhancement in poor visibility conditions

* Recovery of limited-extent images aliased because of spectral undersampling

* Robust structure from motion estimation using inertial data

* Scene illuminant classification: brighter is better

* Sensor sharpening for computational color constancy

* Statistical algorithms for target detection in coherent active polarimetric images

* Superresolution optical system using three fixed generalized gratings: experimental results

* Three-systems theory of human visual motion perception: Review and Update

* Using color histogram normalization for recovering chromatic illumination-changed images

* What shadows reveal about object structure

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*JOSA-A(19)*
* algebraic algorithm for nonuniformity correction in focal-plane arrays, An

* Bounds on the area under the receiver operating characteristic curve for the ideal observer

* Comparison of the spatial-frequency selectivity of local and global motion detectors

* Description and simulation of an active imaging technique utilizing two speckle fields: iterative reconstructors

* Description and simulation of an active imaging technique utilizing two speckle fields: root reconstructors

* Detection of objects composed of several regions by a region-configuration-estimation method

* Determining surface orientations of transparent objects based on polarization degrees in visible and infrared wavelengths

* Development of the local maximum variety of ranked-order filters

* Discrete Greens methods and their application to two-dimensional phase unwrapping

* Effects of negative afterimages in visual illusions

* Estimating the scene illumination chromaticity by using a neural network

* Focusing Analysis of the Pinhole Photon Sieve: Individual Far-Field Model

* High-resolution imaging of the human retina with a Fourier deconvolution technique

* Hybrid diffraction tomography without phase information

* Image description with Chebyshev-Fourier moments

* Inverse problem in optical diffusion tomography: II. Role of boundary conditions

* Minimizing stochastic moire in frequency-modulated halftones by means of green-noise masks

* Multilevel screen design using direct binary search

* Nonnegative color spectrum analysis filters from principal component analysis characteristic spectra

* Object recognition using three-dimensional optical quasi-correlation

* Passive navigation from image sequences by use of a volumetric approach

* Psychophysical model of chromatic perceptual transparency based on substractive color mixture

* Quantitative assessment of image quality enhancement due to unsharp-mask processing in x-ray fluoroscopy

* Ratio model serves suprathreshold color luminance discrimination

* Source-Detector calibration in three-dimensional Bayesian optical diffusion tomography

* Spatial frequency, phase, and the contrast of natural images

* Statistical-information-based performance criteria for Richardson-Lucy image deblurring

* Statistics of spatial cone-excitation ratios in natural scenes

* Superresolution in far-field imaging

* Theories for the design of diffractive superresolution elements and limits of optical superresolution

* Theory of quantitative phase-contrast computed tomography

* Three-systems theory of human visual motion perception: Review and Update

* Tip/tilt estimation from defocused images

* Two theorems in catoptrics

* Using reflectance models for color scanner calibration

* Wavelet networks for face processing

* Wigner distribution moments in fractional Fourier transform systems

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*JOSA-A(2)*
* Fingerprint Theorems for Zero-Crossings

* Model for the Extraction of Image Flow

* Model of Human Visual-Motion Sensing

* Processing Differential Image Motion

* Spatiotemporal Energy Models for the Perception of Motion

* Uncertainty Relation for Resolution in Space, Spatial Frequency, and Orientation Optimized by 2D Visual Cortical Filters

*JOSA-A(20)*
* Analytical Solution for Irradiance Due to Inhomogeneous Lambertian Polygonal Emitters

* Bayesian and Statistical Approaches to Vision

* Bubbles: A Unifying Framework for Low-Level Statistical Properties of Natural Image Sequences

* Catchment areas of panoramic snapshots in outdoor scenes

* Color Appearance in the Entire Visual Field: Color Zone Map Based on the Unique Hue Component

* Color-signal filtering in the Fourier-frequency domain

* Cramer-Rao Analysis of Orientation Estimation: Influence of Target Model Uncertainties

* Cramer-Rao Analysis of Orientation Estimation: Viewing Geometry Influences on the Information Conveyed by Target Features

* Detection and discrimination of texture modulations defined by orientation, spatial frequency, and contrast

* Experimental determination of object statistics from noisy images

* Fast two-frame multiscale dense optical flow estimation using discrete wavelet filters

* General n -dimensional quadrature transform and its application to interferogram demodulation

* Generalized diffusion model in optical tomography with clear layers

* Illumination direction from texture shading

* Inverse problem in optical diffusion tomography: III. Inversion formulas and singular-value decomposition

* Inverse Problem in Optical Diffusion Tomography: IV. Nonlinear Inversion Formulas

* Inverse scattering for a three-dimensional object in the time domain

* Irradiation direction from texture

* KGBR viewpointlighting ambiguity, The

* Local correlations, information redundancy, and sufficient pixel depth in natural images

* Motion-free superresolution and the role of relative blur

* Phase retrieval by iterated projections

* Statisticalphysical model for foliage clutter in ultra-wideband synthetic aperture radar images

* Theories for the design of a hybrid refractive-diffractive superresolution lens with high numerical aperture

* Theory of total-internal-reflection tomography

* Three-dimensional spatial grouping affects estimates of the illuminant

* Transverse or axial superresolution in a 4Pi-confocal microscope by phase-only filters

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*JOSA-A(21)*
* Aberration reduction by multiple relays of an incoherent image

* Accurate color synthesis of three-dimensional objects in an image

* Chromatic compensation of broadband light diffraction: ABCD-matrix approach

* Color Constancy through Inverse-Intensity Chromaticity Space

* Comparison of real and computer-simulated outcomes of LASIK refractive surgery

* Differences in the optical properties of vertebrate photoreceptor classes leading to axial polarization sensitivity

* Estimating visible through near-infrared spectral reflectance from a sensor radiance spectrum

* Estimation of saturated pixel values in digital color imaging

* Estimation of the degree of polarization in active coherent imagery by using the natural representation

* Factor graph methods for three-dimensional shape reconstruction as applied to LIDAR imaging

* First- and second-order information in natural images: A Filter-Based Approach to Image Statistics

* Geometrical effects of positional errors in integral photography

* Image formation by use of the geometrical theory of diffraction

* Imaging of voids by means of a physical-optics-based shape-reconstruction algorithm

* Improved fast fractional-Fourier-transform algorithm

* Interferometric imaging polarimeter

* limited-memory, quasi-Newton preconditioner for nonnegatively constrained image reconstruction, A

* MISTRAL: a myopic edge-preserving image restoration method, with application to astronomical adaptive-optics-corrected long-exposure images

* Problem of image superresolution with a negative-refractive-index slab

* Relative significance of the terms in the CIEDE2000 and CIE94 color-difference formulas

* Scheimpflug and high-resolution Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the anterior segment: a comparative study

* Sharpness limitations in the projection of thin lines by use of the Talbot experiment

* Speckle removal using a maximum-likelihood technique with isoline gray-level regularization

* Spectral-daylight recovery by use of only a few sensors

* Transverse or axial superresolution with radial birefringent filter

* Two-dimensional Fourier transform of scaled Dirac delta curves

* Wideband enhancement of television images for people with visual impairments

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*JOSA-A(22)*
* Adaptive autofocusing: a closed-loop perspective

* Amplitude-based height-reconstruction techniques for synthetic aperture ladar systems

* Characterization of trichromatic color cameras by using a new multispectral imaging technique

* Comparison of reconstruction algorithms for optical diffraction tomography

* Depth resolution and displayable depth of a scene in three-dimensional images

* Designing a mirror to realize a given projection

* Fuzzy-rule-based image reconstruction for positron emission tomography

* Generalized algebraic scene-based nonuniformity correction algorithm

* Image reconstruction in spherical-wave intensity diffraction tomography

* Image recovery under nonlinear and non-Gaussian degradations

* Image-based face recognition under illumination and pose variations

* Imaging with tilted surfaces: an efficient matrix method for the generalized Scheimpflug condition and its application to rotationally symmetric triangulation

* Integration, segregation, and binocular combination

* Investigating the enhancement of three-dimensional diffraction tomography by using multiple illumination planes

* Joint blind restoration and surface recovery in photometric stereo

* Mathematical definition and analysis of the Retinex algorithm

* Optimized stereo reconstruction of free-form space curves based on a nonuniform rational B-spline model

* Polarimetric calibration of large-aperture telescopes. I. Beam-expansion method

* Polarimetric calibration of large-aperture telescopes. II. Subaperture method

* Radiometric framework for image mosaicking

* Senescence of spatial chromatic contrast sensitivity. I. Detection under conditions controlling for optical factors

* Senescence of spatial chromatic contrast sensitivity. II. Matching under natural viewing conditions

* Spatial processing in color reproduction

* Spatiochromatic statistics of natural scenes: first- and second-order information and their correlational structure

* Speckle reduction by I-divergence regularization in optical coherence tomography

* Spectrum analysis of motion parallax in a 3D cluttered scene and application to egomotion

* Spherical-wave intensity diffraction tomography

* Superresolution imaging from limited-aperture optical diffracted field data

* Superresolution in total internal reflection tomography

* Texture and haptic cues in slant discrimination: reliability-based cue weighting without statistically optimal cue combination

* Three-dimensional superresolution by three-zone complex pupil filters

* Vector near-field calculation of scanning near-field optical microscopy probes using Borgnis potentials as auxiliary functions

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*JOSA-A(23)*
* Automated defect detection system using wavelet packet frame and Gaussian mixture model

* Automated determination of the center of rotation in tomography data

* Biased Cramér-Rao lower bound calculations for inequality-constrained estimators

* Compact laser radar and three-dimensional camera

* Facilitation of shape-from-shading perception by random textures

* Factorial coding of natural images: how effective are linear models in removing higher-order dependencies?

* Fast algorithm of phase masks for image encryption in the Fresnel domain

* Fast half-quadratic regularized phase tracking for nonnormalized fringe patterns

* High-fidelity lenticular screening by means of iterative tone correction

* Image denoising using the ridgelet bi-frame

* Image reconstruction from limited Fourier data

* Image reconstruction: a unifying model for resolution enhancement and data extrapolation. Tutorial

* Image Statistics of American Sign Language: Comparison with Faces and Natural Scenes

* Influence of random-dot textures on perception of suprathreshold color differences

* Information content of data types in time-domain optical tomography

* Interferometric imaging of the full thickness of the precorneal tear film

* Inverse scattering for rotationally scanned optical coherence tomography

* Iterative image reconstruction using prior knowledge

* Metamer-set-based approach to estimating surface reflectance from camera RGB

* Object-of-interest image segmentation based on human attention and semantic region clustering

* Optical superresolution of focused partially spatially coherent laser beams

* Optimal sampling of color spectra

* Performance of a color-difference formula based on OSA-UCS space using small-medium color differences

* Phase unwrapping using an extrapolation-projection algorithm

* Processing halftone color images by vector space methods

* Radiometric order preserving method to display wide-dynamic images for imagery photointerpretation

* Reconstruction method with data from a multiple-site continuous-wave source for three-dimensional optical tomography

* Reevaluation of color constancy algorithm performance

* Reflectance and transmittance model for recto-verso halftone prints

* Rendering complex scenes for psychophysics using RADIANCE: How accurate can you get?

* Scene estimation from speckled synthetic aperture radar imagery: Markov-random-field approach

* Self-Fourier functions and self-Fourier operators

* Single-viewpoint, catadioptric cone mirror omnidirectional imaging theory and analysis

* Singular-value decomposition for through-focus imaging systems

* Statistics of specular points at a randomly rough surface

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*JOSA-A(24)*
* 3D phase diversity: a myopic deconvolution method for short-exposure images: application to retinal imaging

* Aberration-free superresolution imaging via binary speckle pattern encoding and processing

* Adaptive optics retinal imaging reveals S-cone dystrophy in tritan color-vision deficiency

* Adaptive optics scanning laser ophthalmoscopy for in vivo imaging of lamina cribrosa

* Adaptive optics-optical coherence tomography: optimizing visualization of microscopic retinal structures in three dimensions

* Advances in Retinal Imaging: introduction

* AIDA: an adaptive image deconvolution algorithm with application to multi-frame and three-dimensional data

* Analysis of observer performance in unknown-location tasks for tomographic image reconstruction

* Analysis of photometric factors based on photometric linearization

* Analytic solution for separating spectra into illumination and surface reflectance components

* Analytical-form model observers for decompressed images

* Application of the Hotelling and ideal observers to detection and localization of exoplanets

* Aproach to blind image deconvolution by multiscale subband decomposition and independent component analysis

* Automated identification of cone photoreceptors in adaptive optics retinal images

* Automated segmentation of retinal blood vessels and identification of proliferative diabetic retinopathy

* Blind image quality assessment through anisotropy

* Blind phase shift estimation in phase-shifting interferometry

* Border-ownership-dependent tilt after-effect in incomplete figures

* Calibrating color cameras using metameric blacks

* Channelized-ideal observer using Laguerre-Gauss channels in detection tasks involving non-Gaussian distributed lumpy backgrounds and a Gaussian signal

* Characterizing image quality in a scanning laser ophthalmoscope with differing pinholes and induced scattered light

* Classification images for simple detection and discrimination tasks in correlated noise

* Color constancy from blackbody illumination

* Compact multimodal adaptive-optics spectral-domain optical coherence tomography instrument for retinal imaging

* Computed tomography with linear shift-invariant optical systems

* Computing light statistics in heterogeneous media based on a mass weighted probability density function method

* Design of correlation filters for recognition of linearly distorted objects in linearly degraded scenes

* Designing a holographic modal wavefront sensor for the detection of static ocular aberrations

* Digital superresolution and the generalized sampling theorem

* Effect of aberrations and scatter on image resolution assessed by adaptive optics retinal section imaging

* Enhanced three-dimensional deconvolution microscopy using a measured depth-varying point-spread function

* Estimates of the information content and dimensionality of natural scenes from proximity distributions

* Estimation of contour motion and deformation for nonrigid object tracking

* Estimation receiver operating characteristic curve and ideal observers for combined detection/estimation tasks

* Extension of the shape from focus method for reconstruction of high-resolution images

* Fundamental diffraction limitations in a paraxial 4-f imaging system with coherent and incoherent illumination

* Gaze-contingent display for retinal function testing by scanning laser ophthalmoscope

* Generalized higher-order nonlinear energy operators

* High-resolution adaptive optics scanning laser ophthalmoscope with dual deformable mirrors Multimedia

* Human linear template with mammographic backgrounds estimated with a genetic algorithm

* Image description with generalized pseudo-Zernike moments

* Image Quality

* Image, eye, and retina

* Image-based prediction of imaging and vision performance

* Imaging polarimetry and retinal blood vessel quantification at the epiretinal membrane

* Imaging polarimetry in patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration

* Improved scanning laser fundus imaging using polarimetry

* Intensity-only signal-subspace-based imaging

* Inverse problem approach in particle digital holography: Out-of-Field particle detection made possible

* Irradiance formations of on-axis Lambertian pointlike sources in polygonal total-internal-reflection straight light pipes

* Large-field-of-view, modular, stabilized, adaptive-optics-based scanning laser ophthalmoscope

* Linear models in color constancy theory

* Local cone-beam tomography image reconstruction on chords

* Maximum likelihood difference scaling of image quality in compression-degraded images

* Maximum permissible exposures for ocular safety (ANSI 2000), with emphasis on ophthalmic devices

* Measuring perceived video quality of MPEG enhancement by people with impaired vision

* Metamer sets without spectral calibration

* Model of retinal local adaptation for the tone mapping of color filter array images

* Multiframe phase-diversity algorithm for active imaging

* Multireader multicase variance analysis for binary data

* Multiscale complex moments of the local power spectrum

* Noise histogram regularization for iterative image reconstruction algorithms

* Nonparaxial vector-field modeling of optical coherence tomography and interferometric synthetic aperture microscopy

* Performance of focus measures in the presence of nondefocus aberrations

* Phase retrieval and saddle-point optimization

* Phase retrieval from intensity-only data by relative entropy minimization

* Phase retrieval from noisy data based on minimization of penalized I-divergence

* Phase retrieval from speckle images

* Phase unwrapping in three dimensions with application to InSAR time series

* Photon signal detection and evaluation in the adaptive optics scanning laser ophthalmoscope

* Photoreceptor counting and montaging of en-face retinal images from an adaptive optics fundus camera

* Precision passive range measurement

* Probe transit effect in interferometry of fast moving samples

* Recombinant adeno-associated virus targets passenger gene expression to cones in primate retina

* Recovery of spectral reflectances of objects being imaged by multispectral cameras Virtual Journal

* Reduced-illuminance autofluorescence imaging in ABCA4-associated retinal degenerations

* Reduction of speckle in digital holography by discrete Fourier filtering

* Reflectance recovery for airborne sensor images of 3D scenes

* Regularized learning framework in the estimation of reflectance spectra from camera responses

* Relating retinal nerve fiber thickness to behavioral sensitivity in patients with glaucoma: application of a linear model

* Robust and computationally efficient superresolution algorithm

* Role of optics in the accuracy of depth-from-defocus systems

* Rotation- and scale-invariant texture features based on spectral moment invariants

* Salience measure for assessing scale-based features in mammograms

* Selecting algorithms, sensors, and linear bases for optimum spectral recovery of skylight

* Selection of image fusion quality measures: Objective, subjective, and metric assessment

* Signal and noise transfer in spatiotemporal quantum-based imaging systems

* Signal detection in power-law noise: effect of spectrum exponents

* Simultaneous structural and functional imaging of the macula using combined optical coherence tomography ophthalmoscope and multifocal electroretinogram

* Speckle reduction in optical coherence tomography images using digital filtering

* Spectral contrasts for landmark navigation

* Stability of phase-contrast tomography

* Statistically principled use of in-line measurements in intensity diffraction tomography

* Stereoscopic image distortion in radial camera and projector configurations

* Stevens's brightness law, contrast gain control, and edge integration in achromatic color perception: a unified model

* Stevens's brightness law, contrast gain control, and edge integration in achromatic color perception: a unified model

* Task-specific information for imaging system analysis

* Texton-based segmentation of retinal vessels

* Transport-theory-based stochastic image reconstruction of bioluminescent sources

* Transversal superresolution with noncontact axial movement of periodic structures

* Video quality assessment using a statistical model of human visual speed perception

* Zernike-Bessel representation and its application to Hankel transforms

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*JOSA-A(25)*
* Accurate image reconstruction from few-view and limited-angle data in diffraction tomography Virtual Journal

* Automated analysis of differential interference contrast microscopy images of the foveal cone mosaic

* Blind image deconvolution by means of asymmetric multiplicative iterative algorithm

* Curvature-based perceptual singularities and texture saliency with early vision mechanisms

* Cyclopean geometry of binocular vision

* Differences in temporal frequency tuning between the two binocular mechanisms for seeing motion in depth Virtual Journal

* Discrimination of isotrigon textures using the Rényi entropy of Allan variances

* Efficiency of capturing a phase image using cone-beam x-ray Talbot interferometry

* Efficient computation of joint fractional Fourier domain signal representation

* Evaluation and unification of some methods for estimating reflectance spectra from RGB images

* Factors affecting the psychophysical image quality evaluation of mobile phone displays: the case of transmissive liquid-crystal displays

* Gestalt and phenomenal transparency

* Group refractive index reconstruction with broadband interferometric confocal microscopy

* Illustration of the role of multiple scattering in subwavelength imaging from far-field measurements

* Image rectification for stereoscopic visualization

* Improving the performance of computer color matching procedures

* Introducing secure modes of operation for optical encryption

* Is color patchy?

* Kernel-based spectral color image segmentation

* Lensless coherent imaging by a deterministic phase retrieval method with an aperture-array filter

* Localization and characterization of simple defects in finite-sized photonic crystals

* Maximum entropy method for diffractive imaging

* Measurement of the point-spread function of a noisy imaging system

* Multichannel blind deconvolution of polarimetric imagery

* number of discernible colors in natural scenes, The

* Parametric fuzzy sets for automatic color naming

* Phase retrieval by propagation for localized images

* Phase retrieval from a single near-field diffraction pattern with a large Fresnel number

* Phase retrieval with Fourier-weighted projections

* Photometric reconstruction of a dynamic textured surface from just one color image acquisition

* Predicting range performance of sampled imagers by treating aliased signal as target-dependent noise Open Access open access

* Ranked dither for high-quality robust printing

* Reconstruction of compact binary images from limited Fourier amplitude data

* Scene-based nonuniformity correction and enhancement: Pixel statistics and subpixel motion

* Scene-based nonuniformity correction using local constant statistics

* Simulations of astronomical imaging phased arrays

* Sparsity constrained regularization for multiframe image restoration

* Tensor methods for hyperspectral data analysis: A space object material identification study

* Three-dimensional imaging of optically opaque materials using nonionizing terahertz radiation

* Transverse resolution improvement using rotating-grating time-multiplexing approach

* Weighted compression of spectral color information

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*JOSA-A(26)*
* Amplitude metrics for field retrieval with hard-edged and uniformly illuminated apertures

* Approximation errors and model reduction in three-dimensional diffuse optical tomography

* Best linear unbiased axial localization in three-dimensional fluorescent bead tracking with subnanometer resolution using off-focus images

* Camera calibration for natural image studies and vision research

* CAPE: combinatorial absolute phase estimation

* Color rendering of art paintings under CIE illuminants for normal and color deficient observers

* Computation of orthogonal Fourier-Mellin moments in two coordinate systems

* Contrast, constancy, and measurements of perceived lightness under parametric manipulation of surface slant and surface reflectance

* Cost-effective implementation of order-statistics-based vector filters using minimax approximations

* Deconvolution methods for image deblurring in optical coherence tomography

* Electromagnetic probing for target detection: Rejection of surface clutter based on the Wigner distribution

* Euclidean color-difference formula for small-medium color differences in log-compressed OSA-UCS space

* Fast color quantization using weighted sort-means clustering

* Fourier-wavelet regularization of phase retrieval in x-ray in-line phase tomography

* Geometrical superresolved imaging using nonperiodic spatial masking

* Globally accelerated reconstruction algorithm for diffusion tomography with continuous-wave source in an arbitrary convex shape domain

* Highly accurate reconstruction algorithm for bandwidth-limited signals and application to fringe signal recovery

* Hue and saturation shifts from spatially induced blackness

* Illuminance flow over anisotropic surfaces with arbitrary viewpoint

* Information theoretic regularization in diffuse optical tomography

* Inverse optical imaging viewed as a backward channel communication problem

* Joint reconstruction of Stokes images from polarimetric measurements

* Masked fake face detection using radiance measurements

* Mass detection on mammograms: influence of signal shape uncertainty on human and model observers

* Modal-based tomographic imaging from far-zone observations

* Moving object detection based on shape prediction

* neurophysiology-inspired steady-state color appearance model, A

* Nonuniform sampling, image recovery from sparse data and the discrete sampling theorem

* Partially coherent illumination in full-field interferometric synthetic aperture microscopy

* Perceptual analysis of distance measures for color constancy algorithms

* Phase front retrieval by means of an iterative shadowgraphic method

* Phase retrieval from a high-numerical-aperture intensity distribution by use of an aperture-array filter

* Phase retrieval with signal bias

* Phase-shift estimation in sinusoidally illuminated images for lateral superresolution

* Physically constrained Fourier transform deconvolution method

* Quantification of dichromatism: A characteristic of color in transparent materials

* Reconstruction of reflectance data using an interpolation technique

* Reflectance and transmittance model for recto-verso halftone prints: spectral predictions with multi-ink halftones

* Regularizing method for the determination of the backscatter cross section in lidar data

* Selection of regularization parameter in total variation image restoration

* Shape recovery of anisotropic metal surfaces

* Spectral image reconstruction using an edge preserving spatio-spectral Wiener estimation

* spectral theory of color perception, A

* Spiral phase filtering and orientation-selective edge detection/enhancement

* Statistical performance modeling for superresolution: A discrete data-continuous reconstruction framework

* Subpixel edge refinement using deformable models

* Terahertz wave focal-plane multiwavelength phase imaging

* Three-dimensional object-distortion-tolerant recognition for integral imaging using independent component analysis

* Unsupervised novelty detection using Gabor filters for defect segmentation in textures

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*JOSA-A(27)*
* Adaptive enhancement of sea-surface targets in infrared images based on local frequency cues

* Analyzing halftone dot blurring by extended spectral prediction models

* Bayesian estimation of regularization and point spread function parameters for Wiener-Hunt deconvolution

* Color constancy based on texture pyramid matching and regularized local regression

* Comparative study of autodyne and heterodyne laser interferometry for imaging

* Comparison of depth-of-focus-enhancing pupil masks based on a signal-to-noise-ratio criterion after deconvolution

* Detecting wet surfaces using near infrared lighting

* Distortion-tolerant 3D recognition of underwater objects using neural networks

* Edgelist phase unwrapping algorithm for time series InSAR analysis

* Fisher information and surrogate figures of merit for the task-based assessment of image quality

* Fourier analysis of two-stage phase-shifting algorithms

* Gamma model and its analysis for phase measuring profilometry

* Ideal observer analysis for task normalization of pattern classifier performance applied to EEG and fMRI data

* Illumination artifacts in hyper-NA vector imaging

* Image matching with higher-order geometric features

* Joint estimation of Stokes images and aberrations from phase-diverse polarimetric measurements

* Joint image and depth completion in shape-from-focus: Taking a cue from parallax

* Lateral superresolution using a posteriori phase shift estimation for a moving object: experimental results

* Maximum SNR pattern strategy for phase shifting methods in structured light illumination

* method for single image restoration based on the principal ergodic, A

* Minimum variance unbiased subpixel centroid estimation of point image limited by photon shot noise

* Moving-object segmentation using a foreground history map

* Noise-bound method for detecting shadow-free scene changes in image sequences

* Non-interferometric, non-iterative phase retrieval by Green's functions

* Optical implementation of micro-zoom arrays for parallel focusing in integral imaging

* Optimum sensors for color constancy in scenes illuminated by daylight

* Phase retrieval for superposed signals from multiple binary objects

* Photometric stereo with gradated extended sources for recovery of specular surfaces

* prior statistics of object colors, The

* Programmable unitary spatial mode manipulation

* Real-time terahertz scanning imaging by use of a pyroelectric array camera and image denoising

* Recovery of spectral reflectances of imaged objects by the use of features of spectral reflectances

* Recursive framework for joint inpainting and de-noising of photographic films

* Reflectance spectra recovery from tristimulus values by adaptive estimation with metameric shape correction

* Resolution enhancement of imaging small-scale portions in a compactly supported function

* Saliency of color image derivatives: A comparison between computational models and human perception

* Satellite image fusion based on principal component analysis and high-pass filtering

* Satellite image restoration in the context of a spatially varying point spread function

* Separation of CARS image contributions with a Gaussian mixture model

* Signal processing for sidelobe suppression in optical coherence tomography images

* Speckle suppression in projection displays by using a motionless changing diffuser

* Spherical shell structure of distribution of images reconstructed by diffractive imaging

* Study of the photodetector characteristics of a camera for color constancy in natural scenes

* Terahertz polarization real-time imaging based on balanced electro-optic detection

* Topography retrieval using different solutions of the transport intensity equation

* Upgrading color-difference formulas

* Upscaling image resolution of compact imaging systems using wavefront coding and a property of the point-spread function

* Wavelet ridge techniques in optical fringe pattern analysis

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*JOSA-A(28)*
* Accurate estimation of the boundaries of a structured light pattern

* Analyzing small suprathreshold differences of LCD-generated colors

* Approximate Fourier phase information in the phase retrieval problem: what it gives and how to use it

* Biologically inspired framework for spatial and spectral velocity estimations

* Channelized Hotelling observers for the assessment of volumetric imaging data sets

* Class-based spectral reconstruction based on unmixing of low-resolution spectral information

* Clustering-driven residue filter for profile measurement system

* Comparison of polarimetric techniques for the identification of biological and chemical materials using Mueller matrices, lateral waves, and surface waves

* Compressive imaging: hybrid measurement basis design

* Constrained pseudo-Brownian motion and its application to image enhancement

* Decoding of depth and motion in ambiguous binocular perception

* Depth rendition of three-dimensional displays

* Deterministic regularization of three-dimensional optical diffraction tomography

* Dimensionality of color space in natural images

* Enhanced geometrical superresolved imaging with moving binary random mask

* Extending color constancy outside the visible region

* Fault detection in metallic grid scattering

* Fluorescence microscopy three-dimensional depth variant point spread function interpolation using Zernike moments

* Generalization of color-difference formulas for any illuminant and any observer by assuming perfect color constancy in a color-vision model based on the OSA-UCS system

* Generic camera model and its calibration for computational integral imaging and 3D reconstruction

* Highlight detection and removal from spectral image

* Illuminant spectrum estimation at a pixel

* Illumination estimation via thin-plate spline interpolation

* Image reconstruction in photoacoustic tomography involving layered acoustic media

* Improving retinal image resolution with iterative weighted shift-and-add

* Indirect decoding edges for one-shot shape acquisition

* Is the Kanizsa illusion triggered by the simultaneous contrast mechanism?

* Lensless optical data embedding system using concealogram and cascaded digital Fresnel hologram

* Maintaining accuracy of cellular Yule-Nielsen spectral Neugebauer models for different ink cartridges using principal component analysis

* Methods for computing weighting tables based on local power expansion for tristimulus values computations

* Morphological rational operator for contrast enhancement

* Multiframe image super-resolution adapted with local spatial information

* Multiresolution subspace-based optimization method for inverse scattering problems

* Noninterferometric topography measurements of fast moving surfaces

* Nonlinear two-stage model for color discrimination

* Probabilistic 3D object recognition and pose estimation using multiple interpretations generation

* Projection-Slice Theorem: A Compact Notation

* Recognition and classification of red blood cells using digital holographic microscopy and data clustering with discriminant analysis

* Recovery of polarimetric Stokes images by spatial mixture models

* Robust ellipse detection based on hierarchical image pyramid and Hough transform

* Scene-based nonuniformity correction algorithm based on interframe registration

* Spectral color constancy using a maximum entropy approach

* Superresolution imaging via ptychography

* Variational estimation of inhomogeneous specular reflectance and illumination from a single view

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*JOSA-A(29)*
* 1/f noise in human color vision: the role of S-cone signals

* Analytical model of a laser range profile from rough convex quadric bodies of revolution

* Are Gaussian spectra a viable perceptual assumption in color appearance?

* Blue-green color categorization in Mandarin-English speakers

* Calibration method for a central catadioptric-perspective camera system

* Cardinal axes are not independent in color discrimination

* Changes in color vision with decreasing light level: Separating the effects of normal aging from disease

* Chromatic discrimination: differential contributions from two adapting fields

* chromatic diversity index based on complex scenes, A

* Chromatic visual evoked potential responses in preschool children

* Color appearance at +/-10° along the vertical and horizontal meridians

* Color constancy by chromaticity neutralization

* Color discrimination across four life decades assessed by the Cambridge Colour Test

* Color space transformations for digital photography exploiting information about the illuminant estimation process

* Color Vision: Introduction

* Compressive sensing computational ghost imaging

* Computational ghost imaging for remote sensing

* Context-dependent judgments of color that might allow color constancy in scenes with multiple regions of illumination

* Contrast adaptation reveals increased organizational complexity of chromatic processing in the visual evoked potential

* Contrast edge colors under different natural illuminations

* Defocus blur parameters identification by histogram matching

* Direction in the color plane as a factor in chromatic flicker and chromatic motion

* Do color appearance judgments interfere with detection of small threshold stimuli?

* Domain of metamers exciting intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGCs) and rods

* Dynamic coding of temporal luminance variation

* Effect of luminosity on color discrimination of dichromatic marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)

* Effect of spatial structure on colorfulness adaptation for natural images

* Efficient object detection and tracking in video sequences

* Electromagnetic imaging within the contrast-source formulation by means of the multiscaling inexact Newton method

* Electroretinographic responses to photoreceptor specific sine wave modulation

* Entropy, color, and color rendering

* Estimating illuminant color based on luminance balance of surfaces

* Evaluation of threshold color differences using printed samples

* Face verification using local binary pattern-unconstrained minimum average correlation energy correlation filters

* Farnsworth Flashlight is not equivalent to the Farnsworth Lantern, The

* Feature binding of a continuously changing object

* Focal-plane detection and object reconstruction in the noninterferometric phase imaging

* High-accuracy wave field reconstruction: decoupled inverse imaging with sparse modeling of phase and amplitude

* High-precision camera distortion measurements with a calibration harp

* Hue discrimination, unique hues and naming

* Hypoxia, color vision deficiencies, and blood oxygen saturation

* Imaging through an aberrating medium with classical ghost diffraction

* Improved implementation algorithms of the two-dimensional nonseparable linear canonical transform

* Individual differences in simultaneous color constancy are related to working memory

* Influence of the correlated color temperature of a light source on the color discrimination capacity of the observer

* Information loss and reconstruction in diffuse fluorescence tomography

* interim connection space based on human color vision for spectral color reproduction, The

* Interval estimate with probabilistic background constraints in deconvolution

* Joint filtering estimation of Stokes vector images based on a nonlocal means approach

* Lateral suppression of mesopic rod and cone flicker detection

* Local demodulation of holograms using the Riesz transform with application to microscopy

* Local image statistics: Maximum-entropy constructions and perceptual salience

* Local-feature-based similarity measure for stochastic resonance in visual perception of spatially structured images

* Mesopic rod and S-cone interactions revealed by modulation thresholds

* Method for estimating the relative contribution of phase and power spectra to the total information in natural-scene patches

* Multiple-input ghost imaging via sparsity constraints

* Nature-inspired color-filter array for enhancing the quality of images

* Number of colors generated by smooth nonfluorescent reflectance spectra

* Optical advantages and function of multifocal spherical fish lenses

* Overall gloss evaluation in the presence of multiple cues to surface glossiness

* Perceiving color across scale: great and small, discrete and continuous

* perceptual balance of color, The

* Phase retrieval on annular and annular sector pupils by using the eigenfunction method to solve the transport of intensity equation

* Phase retrieval via spatial light modulator phase modulation in 4f optical setup: numerical inverse imaging with sparse regularization for phase and amplitude

* Phase retrieval with random phase illumination

* Photometric stereo applied to diffuse surfaces that violate Lambert's law

* Photon-counting three-dimensional integral imaging with compression of elemental images

* Predicting frequency of metamerism in natural scenes by entropy of colors

* Propagation of Bessel-Gaussian beams through a double-apertured fractional Fourier transform optical system

* Psychophysical and physiological responses to gratings with luminance and chromatic components of different spatial frequencies

* Psychophysical optimization of lighting spectra for naturalness, preference, and chromatic diversity

* Ptychographic transmission microscopy in three dimensions using a multi-slice approach

* Quantal and non-quantal color matches: Failure of Grassmann's laws at short wavelengths

* Real-time defect detection of steel wire rods using wavelet filters optimized by univariate dynamic encoding algorithm for searches

* Real-world stimuli show perceived hue shifts in the peripheral visual field

* relationship between peripherally matched invariant hues and unique hues: a cone-contrast approach, The

* Resolution loss without imaging blur

* Rod hue biases produced on CRT displays

* Role of eye movements in chromatic induction

* Spatial distributions of cone inputs to cells of the parvocellular pathway investigated with cone-isolating gratings

* Spectral imaging by synchronizing capture and illumination

* Spectral recovery of outdoor illumination by an extension of the Bayesian inverse approach to the Gaussian mixture model

* Spectral reflectance and transmittance of stacks of nonscattering films printed with halftone colors

* Spectral reflectance and transmittance prediction model for stacked transparency and paper both printed with halftone colors

* Spectral reflectivity recovery from the tristimulus values using a hybrid method

* Spectral sharpening by spherical sampling

* Specularity and shadow detection for the multisource photometric reconstruction of a textured surface

* Super-resolved spatial light interference microscopy

* Synthetic aperture laser optical feedback imaging using a translational scanning with galvanometric mirrors

* Systematic violations of von Kries rule reveal its limitations for explaining color and lightness constancy

* Tests of a functional account of the Abney effect

* Theoretical analysis for moiré effect of circular gratings for volume optical computerized tomography

* three-dimensional color space from the 13th century, A

* Three-dimensional reconstruction of the statistics of heterogeneous objects from a collection of one projection image of each object

* Three-dimensional resolvability in an integral imaging system

* Toward stereovisual monitoring of three-dimensional translations with submicrometer resolution

* tritan Waldo would be easier to detect in the periphery than a red/green one: evidence from visual search, A

* Understanding the twin-image problem in phase retrieval

* Uniform color spaces and natural image statistics

* Verriest Lecture: Color lessons from space, time and motion, The

* Visibility in three-dimensional cluttered scenes

* Visual search in natural scenes explained by local color properties

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*JOSA-A(3)*
* Ambient Illumination and the Determination of Material Changes

* Analysis of the Retinex Theory of Color Vision

* Color Constancy: A Method for Recovering Surface Spectral Reflectance

* Evaluation of Linear Models of Surface Spectral Reflectance with Small Numbers of Parameters

* Experiments on Pattern Recognition Using Invariant Fourier-Mellin Descriptors

* Mechanisms of Color Constancy

* Method for Computing the Scene-Illuminant Chromaticity from Specular Highlights

* Origins of linear and nonlinear recursive restoration algorithms

* Simultaneous Colour Constancy

* Two-View Motion Analysis: A Unified Algorithm

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*JOSA-A(30)*
* Acquisition and visualization techniques for narrow spectral color imaging

* Color-difference evaluation for digital images using a categorical judgment method

* Depth inpainting by tensor voting

* Depth resolution in three-dimensional images

* Design of an image restoration algorithm for the TOMBO imaging system

* Discretization of continuous convolution operators for accurate modeling of wave propagation in digital holography

* Effects of chromatic image statistics on illumination induced color differences

* Efficient camera self-calibration method based on the absolute dual quadric

* Efficient method for the determination of image correspondence in airborne applications using inertial sensors

* Eigenvectors of optimal color spectra

* Elastomeric 2D grating and hemispherical optofluidic chamber for multifunctional fluidic sensing

* Exploiting spatial sparsity for multiwavelength imaging in optical interferometry

* Fast and accurate 3D object recognition directly from digital holograms

* Fast and automatic algorithm for optic disc extraction in retinal images using principle-component-analysis-based preprocessing and curvelet transform

* Fourier-Bessel rotational invariant eigenimages

* Full speckle suppression in laser projectors using two Barker code-type diffractive optical elements

* Ghost imaging with nonuniform thermal light fields

* Hierarchy of nonlocal means for preferred automatic sharpness enhancement and tone mapping

* High-order total variation-based multiplicative noise removal with spatially adapted parameter selection

* High-resolution tomographic diffractive microscopy in reflection configuration

* Improving wavefront reconstruction accuracy by using integration equations with higher-order truncation errors in the Southwell geometry

* In vivo measurement of skin microrelief using photometric stereo in the presence of interreflections

* K speckle: space-time correlation function of doubly scattered light in an imaging system

* Kalman filtering techniques for focal plane electric field estimation

* Laser optical feedback imaging controlled by an electronic feedback loop

* Link functions and Matérn kernel in the estimation of reflectance spectra from RGB responses

* Moving target detection in thermal infrared imagery using spatiotemporal information

* Online tracking of deformable objects under occlusion using dominant points

* Optical schemes for speckle suppression by Barker code diffractive optical elements

* Optimization of an autodyne laser interferometer for high-speed confocal imaging

* Performance of visual search tasks from various types of contour information

* Pixelated source and mask optimization for immersion lithography

* Polarization effects in 3D vectorial-induced current reconstructions

* Postprocessing method for reducing phase effects in reconstructed microcomputed-tomography data

* Properties of high-order ghost imaging with natural light

* Quantization error and dynamic range considerations for compressive imaging systems design

* Rational-operator-based depth-from-defocus approach to scene reconstruction

* Role of diversity on the singular values of linear scattering operators: the case of strip objects

* Signal restoration combining Tikhonov regularization and multilevel method with thresholding strategy

* Sparse ptychographical coherent diffractive imaging from noisy measurements

* Sparse representation of astronomical images

* Speckle-constrained variational methods for image restoration in optical coherence tomography

* Statistical quantification of the effects of viewing distance on texture perception

* Structured-light-based highly dense and robust 3D reconstruction

* Study of image reconstruction for terahertz indirect holography with quasi-optics receiver

* Texture classification using discrete Tchebichef moments

* Unified multiframe super-resolution of matte, foreground, and background

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*JOSA-A(31)*
* Best lighting for visual appreciation of artistic paintings: Experiments with real paintings and real illumination

* Changes in spatial extent and peak double optical density of human macular pigment with age

* Chromatic visual evoked potentials in young patients with demyelinating disease

* Clothed in triple blues: sorting out the Italian blues

* Color categories only affect post-perceptual processes when same- and different-category colors are equally discriminable

* Color coding in the primate visual pathway: a historical view

* Color constancy in a scene with bright colors that do not have a fully natural surface appearance

* Color constancy influenced by unnatural spatial structure

* Color discrimination in individuals with light and dark irides: an evaluation of the effects of intraocular straylight and retinal illumination

* Color vision: Introduction by the feature editors

* Color-coordinate system from a 13th-century account of rainbows

* Comparison of the Richmond HRR 4th edition and Farnsworth-Munsell 100 Hue Test for quantitative assessment of tritan color deficiencies

* Cone-isolating ON-OFF electroretinogram for studying chromatic pathways in the retina

* Contrast-contrast asynchronies

* Contributions of rhodopsin, cone opsins, and melanopsin to postreceptoral pathways inferred from natural image statistics

* Counterphase modulation flicker photometry: Phenotypic and genotypic associations

* Counterphase modulation photometry: comparison of two instruments

* Dark versus bright equilibrium hues: rod and cone biases

* Defect detection for corner cracks in steel billets using a wavelet reconstruction method

* Defect detection of castings in radiography images using a robust statistical feature

* Do focal colors look particularly colorful?

* Do S cones contribute to color-motion feature binding?

* Dynamics of color contrast adaptation

* Effect of rod-cone interactions on mesopic visual performance mediated by chromatic and luminance pathways

* Empirical evidence for unique hues?

* Entropy-based clustering of embryonic stem cells using digital holographic microscopy

* Evaluating logarithmic kernel for spectral reflectance estimation: Effects on model parametrization, training set size, and number of sensor spectral channels

* Evaluation of a model to predict anomalous-observer performance with the 100-hue test

* Extended capture range for focus-diverse phase retrieval in segmented aperture systems using geometrical optics

* Factors governing the speed of color adaptation in foveal versus peripheral vision

* Fast and accurate metrology of multi-layered ceramic materials by an automated boundary detection algorithm developed for optical coherence tomography data

* Fast multiscale directional filter bank-based speckle mitigation in gallstone ultrasound images

* Filling in, filling out, or filtering out: Processes stabilizing color appearance near the center of gaze

* Full-phase photon-counting double-random-phase encryption

* Getting the gist of multiple hues: Metric and categorical effects on ensemble perception of hue

* Graph theory approach for match reduction in image mosaicing

* High-precision and fast computation of Jacobi-Fourier moments for image description

* Improving night sky star image processing algorithm for star sensors

* Incremental and decremental L- and M-cone driven ERG responses: II. Sawtooth stimulation

* Incremental and decremental L- and M-cone-driven ERG responses: I. Square-wave pulse stimulation

* Independence and interaction of luminance and chromatic contributions to spatial hyperacuity performance

* Individual differences provide psychophysical evidence for separate on- and off-pathways deriving from short-wave cones

* Influence of local scene color on fixation position in visual search

* K-means clustering for support construction in diffractive imaging

* Lightness constancy and its link with cone contrast

* Neurobiological hypothesis of color appearance and hue perception

* No difference in variability of unique hue selections and binary hue selections

* Non-cardinal color mechanism strength differs across color planes but not across subjects

* Non-cardinal color perception across the retina: Easy for orange, hard for burgundy and sky blue

* Nonparametric noise estimation method for raw images

* Occupational color vision standards: new prospects

* Open problems in color constancy: discussion

* Optimization of the correlated color temperature of a light source for a better color discrimination

* Paradoxical effect of spatially homogenous transparent fields on simultaneous contrast illusions

* Perceiving the average hue of color arrays

* Performance of normal females and carriers of color-vision deficiencies on standard color-vision tests

* Physiological correlates of watercolor effect

* Recognition of simulated cyanosis by color-vision-normal and color-vision-deficient subjects

* Reduction or annihilation of aberrations of an optical system by balancing ghost-imaging technique and optimal imaging of a pure weak phase object

* Robust metric for the evaluation of visual saliency algorithms

* Rod hue biases for foveal stimuli on CRT displays

* S-cone discrimination in the presence of two adapting fields: data and model

* Self-training-based face recognition using semi-supervised linear discriminant analysis and affinity propagation

* Spatial selectivity of the watercolor effect

* Specialized synaptic pathway for chromatic signals beneath S-cone photoreceptors is common to human, Old and New World primates

* Speckle reduction in laser imaging applications using rotating magneto-optical disk

* Supersaturation in the peripheral retina

* Symmetries and asymmetries in chromatic discrimination

* Temporal characteristics of L- and M-cone isolating steady-state electroretinograms

* Testing the performance of CIECAM02 model using two distinct glossinesses of color printing atlas

* Tight focusing of quasi-cylindrically polarized beams

* Use of commercial off-the-shelf digital cameras for scientific data acquisition and scene-specific color calibration

* Use of spectroscopy for assessment of color discrimination in animal vision

* Variation of color discrimination across the life span

* Verriest Lecture: Visual properties of metameric blacks beyond cone vision, The

* Vertical mode expansion method for transmission of light through a single circular hole in a slab

* Visible ghost imaging with nonvisible light

* Visualization of retinal vascular structure and perfusion with a nonconfocal adaptive optics scanning light ophthalmoscope

* Wide-baseline stereo matching based on the line intersection context for real-time workspace modeling

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*JOSA-A(4)*
* Closed Form Solutions of Absolute Orientation Using Unit Quaternions

* Low Dimensional Procedure for the Characterization of Human Faces

* Noisy-Image Normalization Using Low-Order Radial Moments of Circular Harmonic Functions

*JOSA-A(5)*
* Closed Form Solutions of Absolute Orientation Using Orthonormal Matrices

* Integration of Depth Modules: Stereo and Shading

*JOSA-A(6)*
* Detection and Segmentation of Man-Made Objects in Outdoor Scenes: Concrete Bridges

* Learning Early-Vision Computations

* Performance Bounds for Estimating Three-Dimensional Motion Parameters from a Sequence of Noisy Images

* Structure from Two Orthographic Views of Rigid Motion

* Using Color for Geometry-Insensitive Segmentation

*JOSA-A(7)*
* Differential Techniques for Optical Flow

* Preattentive Texture Discrimination with Early Vision Mechanism

* Progress in Low-Light-Lefel Charge-Coupled Device Imageing in Astronomy

*JOSA-A(8)*
* Affine Structure from Motion

* Relative Orientation Revisited

* Segmentation of Synthetic Aperture Radar Complex Data

*JOSA-A(9)*
* Image Recovery from Correlations

* Linear Models of Surface and Illuminant Spectra

* Variational Approach to Interreflection in Color Images

*JOSA( Vol No. )*
* ***Journal of the Optical Society of America**

*JOSA(24)*
* Some Factors and Implications of Color Constancy

*JOSA(30)*
* Hue, Saturation and Lightness of Surface Colors with Chromatic Illumination

*JOSA(32)*
* Visual Sensitivities to Small Color Differences in Daylight

*JOSA(38)*
* New Contribution to the Optics of Intensely Light-Scattering Materials: Part I

*JOSA(44)*
* Specification of Image Properties by Response to a Sine Wave Input, The

*JOSA(46)*
* Subjective Sharpness of Simulated Color Television Pictures

*JOSA(49)*
* Effects of Sharp Edges in a Flickering Field

*JOSA(51)*
* Image Processing Experiments

*JOSA(52)*
* Roles of Sharpness and Graininess in Photographic Quality and Definition

* Spatial Filtering

*JOSA(54)*
* Detection, Recognition, and Resolution in Photographic Systems

* Spectral Distribution of Typical Daylight as a Function of Correlated Color Temperature

*JOSA(56)*
* Image Comparison by Interference

* Image Evaluation and Restoration

* Object Restoration in a Diffraction Limited Imaging System

* Optical Systems with Resolving Powers Exceeding the Classical Limit I

* Polarization, Direction Distribution, and Off-Specular Peak Phenomena in Light Reflected from Roughened Surfaces

*JOSA(57)*
* Image Restoration by Removal of Random-Media Degradations

* Image Restoration by the Method of Least Squares

* Linear Least-Squares Filtering of Distorted Images

* Optical Systems with Resolving Powers Exceeding the Classical Limit III

* Restoration of Turbulence Degraded Images

* Theory for Off-Specular Reflection from Roughened Surfacesw

*JOSA(58)*
* Restoration, Resolution, and Noise

*JOSA(59)*
* Bandlimited Image Restoration by Linear Mean-Square-Error Filter

*JOSA(60)*
* Digital Image Restoration by Constrained Deconvolution

*JOSA(61)*
* Lightness and Retinex Theory

* Model for Color Conversion

*JOSA(62)*
* Bayesian-Based Iterative Method of Image Restoration

* Color Distance and Geodesics in Color Three Space

* Color Matching and Color Difference Matching

* Restoring with Maximum Entropy II: Superresolution of Photographs of Diffractions Blurred Impulses

* Restoring with Maximum Likelihood and Maximum Entropy

* Three-Color Visual Response

*JOSA(63)*
* Determination of optical transfer function by inspection of frequency-domain plot

*JOSA(64)*
* Space-Variant Image Restoration by Coordinate Transformations

*JOSA(66)*
* Exterospecific Component of the Motion Parallax Field

* Local Structure of Movement Parallax of the Plane

* Some Fundamental Properties of Speckle

*JOSA(69)*
* Bandpass Channels, Zero-Crossings, and Early Visual Information Processing

*JOSA(70)*
* Image Analysis via the General Theory of Moments

*JOSA(71)*
* Discrete Speckle Modeling and Restoration

*JOSA(72)*
* Finding the Illuminant Direction

* Invariant Features of Contrast Detection: An Explanation in Terms of Self-Similar Detector Arrays

*JOSA(73)*
* Geometrical Modes as a General Method to Treat Diffuse Interreflections in Radiometry

* Influence of intraocular scattered light on lightness-scaling experiments

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