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2011
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Toward High-Quality Gradient Estimation on Regular Lattices
—In this paper, we present two methods for accurate gradient estimation from scalar field data sampled on regular lattices. The first method is based on the multidimensional Tayl...
Zahid Hossain, Usman R. Alim, Torsten Möller
DAGM
2008
Springer
11 years 8 months ago
An Unbiased Second-Order Prior for High-Accuracy Motion Estimation
Abstract. Virtually all variational methods for motion estimation regularize the gradient of the flow field, which introduces a bias towards piecewise constant motions in weakly te...
Werner Trobin, Thomas Pock, Daniel Cremers, Horst ...
ECCV
1996
Springer
12 years 8 months ago
Dense Depth Map Reconstruction: A Minimization and Regularization Approach which Preserves Discontinuities
We present a variational approachto dense stereo reconstructionwhich combines powerful tools such as regularization and multi-scale processing to estimate directly depth from a num...
Luc Robert, Rachid Deriche
CVPR
2006
IEEE
12 years 8 months ago
Groupwise point pattern registration using a novel CDF-based Jensen-Shannon Divergence
In this paper, we propose a novel and robust algorithm for the groupwise non-rigid registration of multiple unlabeled point-sets with no bias toward any of the given pointsets. To...
Fei Wang, Baba C. Vemuri, Anand Rangarajan
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