A Method for Determining of the Maximum Possible Pixel Format of Object Image Memorizing during its Photography

Geodesy, Architecture & Construction

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Maksym Korobchynskyi Sc.D. maks_kor [at] ukr.net Military-Diplomatic Academy named after Eugene Bereznyak
Kyiv, Ukraine
Mykhail Slonov Ph.D. slonovmu [at] gmail.com Military-Diplomatic Academy named after Eugene Bereznyak
Kyiv, Ukraine
Volodymyr Moldovan Ph.D. vl.mold [at] ukr.net Military-Diplomatic Academy named after Eugene Bereznyak
Kyiv, Ukraine
Sergii Khamula Ph.D. vl.mold [at] ukr.net Military-Diplomatic Academy named after Eugene Bereznyak
Kyiv, Ukraine
Oleksander Mariliv No spirit148 [at] i.ua Military-Diplomatic Academy named after Eugene Bereznyak
Kyiv, Ukraine

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First publshed on this website: 01.07.2019 - 11:46
Abstract

the method of rational choice of the maximum possible pixel format of image memorization in photo equipment is proposed and substantiated. It allows you to limit the file size to an electronic image without losing the specified level of object recognition by its image. The method is based on the filtering properties of the lens and photosensitive matrix of photoequipment, which are estimated by the methods of spatial-frequency analysis

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