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A Study on Stereo and Motion Data Accuracy for a Moving Platform

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A Study on Stereo and Motion Data Accuracy for a Moving Platform
Abstract. Stereo and motion analysis are potential techniques for providing information for control or assistance systems in various robotics or driver assistance applications. This paper evaluates the performance of several stereo and motion algorithms over a long synthetic sequence (100 stereo pairs). Such an evaluation of low-level computer vision algorithms is necessary, as moving platforms are being used for image analysis in a wide area of applications. In this paper algorithms are evaluated with respect to robustness by modifying the test sequence with various types of realistic noise. The novelty of this paper is comparing top performing algorithms on a long sequence of images, taken from a moving platform.
Sandino Morales, Young Woon Woo, Reinhard Klette,
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where FIRA
Authors Sandino Morales, Young Woon Woo, Reinhard Klette, Tobi Vaudrey
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