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A VLSI-Compatible Computer Vision Algorithm for Stereoscopic Depth Analysis in Real-Time

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A VLSI-Compatible Computer Vision Algorithm for Stereoscopic Depth Analysis in Real-Time
The analysis of the depth coordinates of objects in a visual scene is of vital importance for animals as well as in technological applications like autonomous robot navigation or product quality control. In this article we describe a phase-based algorithm for stereoscopic depth analysis which utilizes IIR-filters.1 This algorithm is especially well suited to be built into dedicated VLSI-hardware and can therefore, also be used as a fast realtime front end in any more general image processing system. Example movies which demonstrate the real-time capabilities of this algorithm can be found at: http://www.cn.stir.ac.uk/Real-Time-Stereo.
Bernd Porr, Bernd Nürenberg, Florentin Wö
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where IJCV
Authors Bernd Porr, Bernd Nürenberg, Florentin Wörgötter
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