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Finding the Best Feature Detector-Descriptor Combination

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Finding the Best Feature Detector-Descriptor Combination
Addressing the image correspondence problem by feature matching is a central part of computer vision and 3D inference from images. Consequently, there is a substantial amount of work on evaluating feature detection and feature description methodology. However, the performance of the feature matching is an interplay of both detector and descriptor methodology. Our main contribution is to evaluate the performance of some of the most popular descriptor and detector combinations on the DTU Robot dataset, which is a very large dataset with massive amounts of systematic data aimed at two view matching. The size of the dataset implies that we can also reasonably make deductions about the statistical significance of our results. We conclude, that the MSER and Difference of Gaussian (DoG) detectors with a SIFT or DAISY descriptor are the top performers. This performance is, however, not statistically significantly better than some other methods. As a byproduct of this investigation, we have ...
Anders Lindbjerg Dahl, Henrik Aanæs, Kim Ste
Added 12 Dec 2011
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Type Journal
Year 2011
Where 3DIM
Authors Anders Lindbjerg Dahl, Henrik Aanæs, Kim Steenstrup Pedersen
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