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Time-Multiplexed Coded Aperture and Coded Focal Stack -Comparative Study on Snapshot Compressive Light Field Imaging
IEICE transactions on information and systems
A light field (LF), which is represented as a set of dense, multi-view images, has been used in various 3D applications. To make LF acquisition more efficient, researchers have investigated compressive sensing methods by incorporating certain coding functionalities into a camera. In this paper, we focus on a challenging case called snapshot compressive LF imaging, in which an entire LF is reconstructed from only a single acquired image. To embed a large amount of LF information in a singledoi:10.1587/transinf.2022pcp0003 fatcat:qbre4xd2wzdnhlhwhgoqbzq7py