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<b>Life After Grad School Seminar</b><br>Dealiasing and Information Recovery From Under-Sampled Video Imagery<br><b>Speaker: John Valenzuela (MTRI)</b>

Friday, March 9, 2012
12:00 AM
335 West Hall

Speaker: John Valenzuela (MTRI)

This seminar is open to graduates as well as undergraduates. Pizza and drinks provided.

In most digital imaging applications, high-resolution images or videos are usually desired for later image processing and analysis. The desire for high-resolution stems from two principal application areas: improvement of pictorial information for human interpretation; and helping representation for machine perception. The term dealiasing refers to the process of estimating an unaliased (high-resolution) image from several frames of aliased imagery. In this talk we will discuss current efforts at MTRI (Michigan Tech Research Institute) that center on algorithms for image dealiasing from video data, as well as corresponding theoretical performance limits via the Cramer-Rao bound.