**SELECTED
PUBLICATIONS **

**Books: **

** L P Yaroslavsky,
Advanced Digital Imaging Laboratory Using MATLAB® , Second Edition, IOP
Publishing Ltd, 2016.**

**L P
Yaroslavsky, Advanced Digital Imaging Laboratory Using MATLAB® , IOP Publishing
Ltd, 2014. **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Theoretical Foundations of Digital Imaging Using Matlab, CRC
Press, 2012**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Fast Transforms in Digital Signal Processing: Theory, Algorithms,
Applications, v. 2, Bentham E-book Series "Digital Signal Processing in
Experimental Research**

ISSN: 1879-4432, 2009, Editors L. Yaroslavsky and J. Astola, ISSN:
1879-4432, eISBN: 978-1-60805-230-1, 2011

**L. Yaroslavsky,
Introduction to Digital Holography, v. 1, Bentham E-book Series "Digital
Signal Processing in Experimental Research**

ISSN: 1879-4432, 2009, Editors L. Yaroslavsky and J. Astola, **eISBN:
978-1-60805-079-6, 2009**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Digital Holography and Digital Image Processing, Kluwer Academic
Publishers, Boston, 2004**

**L. Yaroslavsky, M. Eden,
Fundamentals of Digital Optics, Birkhauser, Boston, 1996**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Digital Signal Processing in Optics and Holography: Introduction
to Digital Optics, Radio I Svyaz’, Moscow, 1987**

**(In Russian: Öèôðîâàÿ îáðàáîòêà ñèãíàëîâ â îïòèêå è ãîëîãðàôèè:
Ââåäåíèå â öèôðîâóþ îïòèêó, Ì. Ðàäèî è ñâÿçü, 1987)**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Digital Picture Processing, An Introduction. Springer Verlag,
Berlin, Heidelberg, 1985**

**L.
P. Yaroslavskii, N. S. Merzlyakov, Methods of Digital Holography, Consultants
Bureau, New York, 1980**

**Chapters in books:
**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, The Astonishing Evolutionary Dynamics of a Class of Nonilnear
Discrete 2D Pattern Formation and Growths Models, In: Advances in Nonlinear
Dynamics Research, Margaret Palmer (Editor), Ch. 7, Nova Publishers, 2017**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Linking Analog and Digital Image Processing, In: Optical and
Digital Image Processing (978-3-527-40956-e3), Ch. 8, Christobal, Schelkens,
Thiepont, Eds., Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2011, pp. 397-418**

**Leonid
P. Yaroslavsky, Image recovery from sparse samples, discrete sampling theorem
and sharply bounded band limited discrete signals. In Peter Hawkes, editors:
Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics, Vol 167, Waltham: Academic Press,
2011, pp. 295-332.**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Discrete Sampling Theorem, Sinc-lets and Other Peculiar Properties
of Sampled Signals, in “Festschrift in Honor of Jaakko Astola on the Occasion
of His 60th Birthday, I. Tabus, K. Egiazarian & M. Gabbouj (Eds), Tampere
International Center for Signal Processing, Tampere, 2009 (ISBN
978-952-15-2142-3, ISSN 1456-2774)**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Fast Transforms for Digital Holography, "New Directions in
Holography and Speckles", American Scientific Publishers, Editors H. John
Caulfield andChandra S. Vikram, 2008, pp. 57-73**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Digital Computational Imaging, Ch. 11, in: Advances in Information
Optics and Photonics, **

Ari T. Friberg and Rene Daundliker, Eds., SPIE Press, Bellingham, Wasington,
USA, 2008, pp. 207-227

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Discrete Transforms, Fast Algorithms and Point Spread Functions of
Numerical Reconstruction of Digitally Recorded Holograms, in: Advances in
Signal Transforms: Theory and Applications, J. Astola, L. Yaroslavsky, Eds.,
EURASIP Book Series on Signal Processing and Communications, Hindawi, 2007 **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Space Variant and Adaptive Transform Domain Image and Video
Restoration Methods, In: Advances in Signal Transforms: Theory and
Applications, J. Astola, L. Yaroslavsky, Eds. , EURASIP Book Series on Signal
Processing and Communications, Hindawi, 2007 **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Fast Discrete Sinc-Interpolation: A Gold Standard for Image
Resampling, In: Advances in Signal Transforms: Theory and Applications, J.
Astola, L. Yaroslavsky, Eds. , EURASIP Book Series on Signal Processing and
Communications, Hindawi, 2007 **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Optical Transforms in Digital Holography, The Art and the Science
of Holography, A tribute to Emmett Leith and Yuri Denisyuk, SPIE Press,
Bellingham, Wa, 2004, pp. 45-60**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, From Random Numbers to Stochastic Growth Models and Texture
Images, In: Pattern Formation, M. Gromov and A. Carbone, Eds., World Scientific
Publishing Co, Singapore, 1999, pp. 42—64 **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Image Restoration, enhancement and target location with local
adaptive filters, in: International Trends in Optics and Photonics, ICO-IV, ed.
by T.Asakura, Springer Verlag, 1999, pp. 111-127 **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Nonlinear Optical Correlators with Improved Discrimination
Capability for Object Location and Pattern Recognition, In : Optical Patern Recognition,
Ed. F.S.T. Yu and S. Jutamulia, Cambridge University Press, 1998, 141-170 **

**L.P.
Yaroslavsky, The Theory of Optimal Methods for Localization of Objects in
Pictures, In: Progress in Optics, Ed. E. Wolf, v.XXXII, Elsevier Science
Publishers, Amsterdam, 1993 **

**Journal
papers: **

** L. P. Yaroslavsky, "
How
can one sample images with sampling rates close to the theoretical minimum?
" Journal of Optics. v. 19, Number 5, May 2017. **

https://doi.org/10.1088/2040-8986/aa65b7.

** L. P.
Yaroslavsky, "Can compressed sensing beat the Nyquist sampling
rate?," Opt. Eng., 54(7), 079701 (2015). doi:10.1117/1.OE.54.7.079701. **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Evolutionary pattern
formation in non-linear imaging systems with feedback: “Self-controlled
growth”, “Coherent shrinkage” and “Eternal life in a bounded space”, Invited
Paper on the occasion of IYOL-2015, Asian Journal of Physics Vol. 24, No 3
(2015) 351-362**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Non-linear Fourier optics
in computers: a challenge for hybrid digital-optical image processors, Asian
Journal of Physics Vol. 23, No 3 (2014) 343-351**

**L P
Yaroslavsky, Compression, Restoration, Resampling, “Compressive Sensing”: Fast
Transforms in Digital Imaging, Journal
of Optics Volume 17 Number 7, 2015 (on line doi:10.1088/2040-8978/17/7/073001).**

** L.Yaroslavsky,
Ch. Goerzen, S. Umansky, H. J. Caulfield, Optics-less smart sensors and a
possible mechanism of cutaneous vision in nature, Central European Journal of
Physics, 2009, DOI: 10.2478/s11534-009-0132-7**

**Leonid
P. Yaroslavsky, Gil Shabat, Benjamin G. Salomon, Ianir A. Ideses, and Barak
Fishbain, Nonuniform sampling, image recovery from sparse data and the discrete
sampling theorem, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A/Vol. 26, No. 3/March 2009**

**L. Yaroslavsky,
Computer-Generated Holograms and 3-D Visual Communication, Journal of
Holography and Speckle, Vol.5, 1–6, 2008**

**B. Fishbain. L.
Yaroslavsky, I. Ideses, Leonid P. Yaroslavsky, "Spatial, Temporal, and Interchannel
Image Data Fusion for Long-Distance Terrestrial Observation Systems,"
Advances in Optical Technologies, vol. 2008, Article ID 546808, 18 pages, 2008.**

**L. Yaroslavsky, Stochastic
Nonlinear Dynamics Pattern Formation and Growth Models, Nonlinear Biomedical
Physics, 2007, 1:4 **

**L. Yaroslavsky, B. Fishbain,
G. Shabat, I. Ideses, Super-resolution in turbulent videos: making profit from
damage, Optics Letters, Vol.32, No. 21 Nov. 1, 2007**

**A. Asher, W. A. Segal, S. A.
Baccus, L. P.Yaroslavsky, and D. Palanker, Image-processing software for
a high-resolution optoelectronic retinal prosthesis, IEEE Transactions on
Biomedical Engineering,Vol. 54, Issue 6, Part 1, 2007**

**B. Fishbain, L. P.
Yaroslavsky, I. A. Ideses, Real Time Stabilization of Long Range Observation
System Turbulent Video, Journal of Real Time Image Processing, Volume 2, Number
1 / October, 2007, p. 11-22**

**Ianir Ideses, Leonid P.
Yaroslavsky, Barak Fishbain, Real-Time 2D to 3D Video Conversion, Journal
of Real Time Image Processing, Volume 2, Number 1, October, 2007 , pp.
3-9**

**L. Yaroslavsky, A. Moreno, J.
Campos, Frequency responses and resolving power of numerical integration
of sampled data, Optics Express, v. 13, No. 8, 18 Apr. 2005, p. 2892-2905**

**I. Ideses, L. Yaroslavsky,
Three Methods that Improve Visual Quality of Color Anaglyphs, Journ. Pure
&Appl. Optics, 7, (2005), p. 755-762**

**L.P. Yaroslavsky, J. Campos,
M. Espinola, I. Ideses, Redundancy of stereoscopic images: Experimental
evaluation, Optics Express, v. 13, No. 26, Dec. 22, 2005, p. 10895**

**L. Yaroslavsky, Boundary
effect free and adaptive discrete sinc-interpolation, Applied Optics, 10 July
2003, v. 42, No. 20, p.4166-4175**

**L. Yaroslavsky, Nonlinear
Filters for Image Processing in Neuromorphic Parallel Networks, Optical Memory
and Neural Networks, v. 12, No. 1, 2003**

**L. Yaroslavsky, E.
Marom, Nonlinearity Optimization in Nonlinear Joint Transform Correlators
, Applied Optics , vol. 36, No. 20, 10 July, 1997, pp. 4816-4822 (See
also in: Selected Papers on Optical Pattern Recognition Using Joint Transform
Correlation, M. S. Alam, ed., Milestone Series, v. MS 157, SPIE Optical
Engineering Press, 1999**

**L.P. Yaroslavsky, Optical
correlators with (-k)th law nonlinearity: optimal and suboptimal solutions,
Applied Optics, v. 34, No. 20 (10 July, 1995), pp. 3924-3932**

**L.P.Yaroslavsky, H.J.
Caulfield, Deconvolution of Multiple Images of the same object, Applied Optics
, Vol. 33, No 11, 10 April 1994, p. 2157-2167.**

**I.N. Zavrazhina, L.P.
Yaroslavsky, Computer-assisted Technologies in Lung Cancer Diagnosis and
Staging, Cancer letters , vol. 77 (2,3), March 15, 1994, p. 190 - 200.**

**Yaroslavsky, M. Eden, Correlational
Accumulation as a Method for Signal Restoration, Signal Processing, 39
(1994), pp. 89-106**

**L.P. Yaroslavsky, Is the
Phase-Only Filter and its Modifications Optimal in Terms of the Discrimination
Capability in Pattern Recognition?, Applied Optics, v. 31, No.11, 10 apr. 1992,
p. 1677-1679. (See also in: Selected Papers on Optical Pattern Recognition, Fr.
T.S. Yu, Sh. Yin, Eds, SPIE Optical Engineering Press, Vol. MS 156, 1999)**

**V. Kim,
L.P. Yaroslavsky, Rank Algorithms for Picture Processing, Computer Vision,
Graphics and Image Processing, v. 35, 1986, p. 234-258.**

**L.P. Yaroslavsky, The
Possibility of Parallel and Recursive Representation of Digital Filters,
Radioengineering, No.3, 1984, p. 87-91. Telecommunications and Radio
Engineering (English translation of Elektrosvyaz, and Radiotekhnika), v 38-39,
n 5, May, 1984, p 71-75**

**L.P.
Yaroslavsky, Shifted Discrete Fourier Transforms, In: Digital Signal
Processing, Ed. by V. Cappellini, and A. G. Constantinides, Academic Press,
London, 1980, p. 69- 74****.**

**L.P. Yaroslavskii, Shifted Discrete
Fourier Transforms, Problems of Information Transmission (A translation of
Problemy Peredachi Informatsii), v. 15, No 4, 1979, p. 324–327)**

**L.P. Yaroslavsky, A Unified
Representation of Orthogonal Matrices Used in Digital Signal Processing,
Radioengineering and Electronics, v.34, No.1, 1979, p. 66-71. Radio Engineering
and Electronic Physics (English translation of Radiotekhnika i Elektronika), v
24, n 1, Jan, 1979, p 54-57**

**L.P. Yaroslavsky,
"Truncated" Algorithms of the Fast Fourier and Walsh Transforms,
Radioengineering, v. 32, No. 7, 1977, p. 15-20. Telecommunications and Radio
Engineering (English translation of Elektrosvyaz and Radiotekhnika), v 31-32, n
7, Jul, 1977, p 80-84 **

**V.N. Karnaukhov, N.S.
Merzlyakov, L.P. Yaroslavsky, Three dimensional holographic movie synthesized
with a digital computer, Sov.Tech. Phys. Lett., v.2, iss.4, 26 Febr. 1976,
p.169-172.**

**D.S. Lebedev, L.P.
Yaroslavsky, M.K. Naraeva, A.S. Selivanov, I.S. Fainberg, Synthesis of
Color Images of the Surface of Mars from Photos, obtained from the Space
Station "Mars-5", Doklady of the USSR Academy of Sciences, ser.
Mathematics and Physics, v. 225, No. 6, 1975, p. 1288-1292. **

**M.A. Kronrod, N.S. Merzlyakov,
L.P. Yaroslavsky, Computer Synthesis of Transparency Holograms, Soviet
Physics-Technical Physics, v. 13, 1972, p. 414 - 418.**

**M.A. Kronrod, N.S. Merzlyakov,
L.P. Yaroslavsky, Reconstruction of a Hologram with a Computer, Soviet
Physics-Technical Physics, v. 17, no. 2, 1972, p. 419 - 420.**

Conf__erences papers__

**Leonid
Bilevich, Leonid Yaroslavsky, New boundary effect free algorithm for fast and
accurate image arbitrary scaling and rotation, Proc. SPIE 9139, Real-Time Image
and Video Processing 2014, 913905 (May 15, 2014)**

** L. Yaroslavsky, The amazing evolutionary dynamics of
non-linear optical systems with feedback, Proc. SPIE 8833, Tribute to
H. John Caulfield, 88330K (September 30, 2013); doi:10.1117/12.2023089**

** ****L.
Yaroslavsky, Digital Computational Imaging, in: Proceedings of the Russian
Popov Society of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Communication, Iss. X-1,
Proceedings of the 10 International Conference Digital Signal Processing and
its Applications, March 26-28, 2008, Moscow, Russia, p. 215-218
**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, “How Computer-Generated Holograms Can Contribute To 3-D Imaging?”,
Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging 2007 Conference, Vancouver,
BC, Canada, June 18-20, 2007 (invited paper). **

**L.P.
Yaroslavsky, K.O. Egiazarian, J.T. Astola, Transform domain image restoration
methods: review, comparison and interpretation, Photonics West,
Conference 4304, Nonlinear Processing and Pattern Analysis, San Jose, 22-23
January, 2001, SPIE Proceedings Series, v. 4304 **

**L.P. Yaroslavsky, Local adaptive image restoration and enhancement
with the use of DFT and DCT in a running window (invited paper), in:
Proceedings, Wavelet Applications in Signal and Image Processing IV, 6-9 August
1996, Denver, Colorado, SPIE Proc. Series, v. 2825, pp. 1-13. (See also
in: Selected SPIE Papers on CD-ROM series, Vol 8: Mathematical Imaging and
Vision, December 1999, edited by Dr. Gerhard Ritter**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Time-frequency domain signal filtering: a next step forward, In:
Proceedings of Second International Workshop on Transforms and Filter Banks, R.
Creutzburg and J. Astola, Eds., Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany, March
5-7,1999, ISBN 952-15-0283-5**

**L. P.
Yaroslavsky, I. F. Siverguina, R. Thaller, L. Dimitrov, Textures, the game
“Life” and non-linear dynamic systems, In: Proceedings of the 17th meeting of
the Austrian Association for pattern recognition on Image analysis and
synthesis table of contents, R. Oldenbourg Verlag GmbH, 1994, pp. 293 –
315 **

**L.
P. Yaroslavsky, V. Kober, Redundancy of signals and transformations and
computational complexity of signal and image processing, Proceedings of the
12th IAPR, International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Jerusalem, Israel,
October 9-13, 1994, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1994 **

**L.P.
Yaroslavsky, On Redundancy of Stereoscopic Pictures, Acta Polytechnica
Scandinavica, n. 149. Image Science'85. Proceedings. Helsinki, Finland., 11-14
June 1985, V. 1, p. 82-85. **

**Reports:
**

**1.
****L. Yaroslavsky,
High Resolution Satellite Image Restoration with the Use of Local Adaptive Linear
Filters, Report on Keshet Program, July, University Dauphine, Ceremade,
Paris,1997 **

__2. __**L. Yaroslavsky,
Target Location: Accuracy, Reliability and Optimal Adaptive Filters, TICSP
series #2, Tampere Int. Center for Signal processing, TTKK, Monistamo, 1999**

__3. __**L.P. Yaroslavsky, K.O. Egiazarian, J.T. Astola,
Transform domain image restoration methods: review, comparison and
interpretation, TICSP Series#9, Tampere Int. Center for Signal Processing,
Tampere University of Technologies, Tampere, Dec. 2000, ISSN 1456-2774. ISBN
952-15-0471-4**

__4. __**L.
Yaroslavsky, Discrete sinc-interpolation methods and their applications in
image processing, TICSP Series #26, Tampere Int. Center for Signal Processing,
Tampere University of Technologies, Tampere, Aug. 2004, ISSN 1456-2774. ISBN
952-15-1230-X**

**Seminar and conference
presentations: **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Transform Methods in Image Processing: From 1970-th till present
time, Technion Pixel Seminar, 11.06.2013, Technion, Haifa, Israel,**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Computer-Generated Holograms and 3-D Visual Communication: a
Tutorial, 3DTV-CONFERENCE 2008, 28-30 MAY 2008, Istanbul, Turkey **

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Digital Imaging: Digital Holography and Digital Image Processing,
WINTER COLLEGE 2006, Intern. Center Theoretical Physics, Miramare, Trieste,
Italy, Jan 31-Febr. 10, 2006 **

**L. Yaroslavsky, Digital
Holography and Digital Image Processing, Seminar at University of Alicante,
Spain, Dec. 2004**

**L.
Yaroslavsky, Optical Transforms in Digital Holography, Int. Conference
Holography-05, Varna, Bulgaria, May 21-25, 2005 **

**L. Yaroslavsky, Digital
Holography: 30 years (TICSP Seminar, Tampere,Finland, Oct. 8, 2002)**

**L. Yaroslavsky Nonlinear
Signal Processing Filters: A Unification Approach (Agilent Technologies Labs,
HP Labs, Palo Alto, CA, USA, Febr., 2001) **

**L. Yaroslavsky, Transform
Methods in Image Processing: Image Restoration, Target Location, Image
Resampling (Dept. of Electr. Eng., Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA,
Febr. 2001) **

**L. Yaroslavsky, Fast Signal
Sinc-Interpolation and its Applications in Image Processing (TICSP
seminar, Tampere, Finland, Oct. 9, 2001) **

**L. Yaroslavsky, The Beauty and
Utility of Pseudo- Random Numbers: Computer art or computer science? (TICSP,
Tampere,Finland, July, 2000) **

**L.P. Yaroslavsky,Transform
Domain Image Restoration Methods: review, comparison and interpretation (TICSP
Seminar, Tampere, Finland, July 25,2000 **