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Online robust image alignment via iterative convex optimization

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Online robust image alignment via iterative convex optimization
In this paper we study the problem of online aligning a newly arrived image to previously well-aligned images. Inspired by recent advances in batch image alignment using low rank decomposition [16], we treat the newly arrived image, after alignment, as being linearly and sparsely reconstructed by the well-aligned ones. The task is accomplished by a sequence of convex optimization that minimizes the ℓ1norm. After that, online basis updating is pursued in two different ways: (1) a two-stage incremental alignment for joint registration of a large image dataset which is known a prior, and (2) a greedy online alignment of dynamically increasing image sequences, such as in the tracking scenario. In (1), we first sequentially collect basis images that are easily aligned by checking their reconstruction residuals, followed by the second stage where all images are re-aligned one-by-one using the collected basis set. In (2), during the tracking process, we dynamically enrich the image basis ...
Yi Wu, Bin Shen, Haibin Ling
Added 28 Sep 2012
Updated 28 Sep 2012
Type Journal
Year 2012
Where CVPR
Authors Yi Wu, Bin Shen, Haibin Ling
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