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Measure Radiation and Correct Radiation in IR camera Image

  • Journal of The Korea Society of Computer and Information
  • Abbr : JKSCI
  • 2015, 20(4), pp.57-67
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Computer And Information
  • Research Area : Engineering > Computer Science

정준호 1 김재협 2

1삼성탈레스
2삼성탈레스(주)

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ABSTRACT

The concept of detection and classification of objects based on infrared camera is widely applied to military applications. While the object detection technology using infrared images has long been researched and the latest one can detect the object in sub-pixel, the object classification technology still needs more research. In this paper, we present object classification method based on measured radiant intensity of objects such as target, artillery, and missile using infrared camera. The suggested classification method was verified by radiant intensity measuring experiment using black body. Also, possible measuring errors were compensated by modelling-based correction for accurate radiant intensity measure. After measuring radiation of object, the model of radiant intensity is standardized based on theoretical background. Based on this research, the standardized model can be applied to the object classification by comparing with the actual measured radiant intensity of target, artillery, and missile.

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