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Statistical estimates of bounded optical scenes by the method of 'prior probabilities' (Corresp.)

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A method is developed for producing a maximum-likelihood estimate of an optical object scene that simultaneously is bounded above and below by known radiance levels. The a priori object statistics are assumed unknown and so must be estimated if a maximum-likelihood estimator is to be found. Recourse is made to a counting procedure in the spirit of Jaynes' [2] approach to estimating a "prior probability" distribution.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 1 )