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CVPR
2011
IEEE
10 years 9 months ago
A Polar Representation of Motion and Implications for Optical Flow
We explore a polar representation of optical flow in which each element of the brightness motion field is represented by its magnitude and orientation instead of its Cartesian p...
Yair Adato, Todd Zickler, Ohad Ben-Shahar
MVA
1994
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11 years 2 months ago
A New Retina-Like Visual Sensor Performing the Polar Transform
This paper describes the development of an anthropomorphic visual sensor with retina-like structure to perform the polar mapping. The sensor consists of a dove prism for imagerota...
Cheon Woo Shin, Seiji Inokuchi
ICIP
2005
IEEE
11 years 6 months ago
Higher order polynomials, free form deformations and optical flow estimation
In this paper, we propose a novel technique to represent and recover optical flow through free form deformations. Such a technique is based on representing the motion field usin...
Konstantinos Karantzalos, Nikos Paragios
ICPR
2008
IEEE
12 years 2 months ago
Group action recognition in soccer videos
Group action recognition in soccer videos is a challenging problem due to the difficulties of group action representation and camera motion estimation. This paper presents a novel...
Qingdi Wei, Weiming Hu, Xiaoqin Zhang, Yu Kong, Yu...
CVPR
1996
IEEE
12 years 3 months ago
Skin and Bones: Multi-layer, Locally Affine, Optical Flow and Regularization with Transparency
This paper describes a new method for estimating optical flow that strikes a balance between the flexibility of local dense computations and the robustness and accuracy of global ...
Shanon X. Ju, Michael J. Black, Allan D. Jepson
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