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Estimation of large-amplitude motion and disparity fields: application to intermediate view reconstruction

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Estimation of large-amplitude motion and disparity fields: application to intermediate view reconstruction
This paper describes a method for establishing dense correspondence between two images in a video sequence (motion) or in a stereo pair (disparity) in case of large displacements. In order to deal with large-amplitude motion or disparity fields, multi-resolution techniques such as blocks matching and optical flow have been used in the past. Although quite successful, these techniques cannot easily cope with motion/disparity discontinuities as they do not explicitly exploit image structure. Additionally, their computational complexity is high; block matching requires examination of numerous vector candidates while optical flow-based techniques are iterative. In this paper, we propose a new approach that addresses both issues. The approach combines feature matching with Delaunay triangulation, and thus reliable long-range correspondences result while the computational complexity is not high (sparse representation). In the proposed approach, feature points are found first using a simple ...
Moustapha Kardouchi, Janusz Konrad, Carlos V&aacut
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where VCIP
Authors Moustapha Kardouchi, Janusz Konrad, Carlos Vázquez
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