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Determination of the spatial uniformity of a light source for camera calibration by principal components analysis

AuthorsLópez Valero, Manuela; Ferrero, Alejandro ; Campos Acosta, Joaquín ; Sperling, A.
Issue Date24-Jun-2014
CitationNew Developments and Applications in Optical Radiometry, NEWRAD (2014)
AbstractThe determination of the spatial uniformity of an extended light source developed at PTB and used for the characterization of low-uncertainty radiometric cameras is presented. The uniformity of the source is determined by using an uncalibrated CCD camera as a detector. In order to distinguish between the non-uniformity of the camera and those of the light source, a procedure based on the application of Principal Components Analysis (PCA) is used.
Description12th International Conference, Espoo, Helsinki (Finland), 24-27 June, 2014; http://newrad2014.aalto.fi/
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