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[edit] CMOS imagers

We use ISET to simulate CMOS imagers with different optical and sensor properties. We then evaluate the output of the imaging sensors using a variety of different metrics. We can also pass the sensor output through an image processing pipeline to generate images that can be used in visual psychophysical experiments. In this section, we record our efforts to simulate the output of the sensor array. There are other sections that describe the image processing pipeline and visual psychophysical experiments. An overview of ISET and it's applications can be found in Farrell et al

- Comparing the performance of real and simulated sensors. We simulate real cmos imagers and compare the predicted performance with measurements of the real imager.

- ISET simulations of cmos imagers with different sensor parameters. We use the ISET simulations to predict the performance of sensors that do not necessarily have real counterparts.

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