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ICRA
2002
IEEE
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10 years 3 months ago
Using Multiple Disparity Hypotheses for Improved Indoor Stereo
This paper describes the design and implementation of an algorithm for improving the performance of stereo vision in environments presenting repetitive patterns or regions with re...
Cristian Dima, Simon Lacroix
ICIP
2001
IEEE
11 years 4 days ago
Disparity map restoration by integration of confidence in Markov random fields models
This paper proposes some Markov Random Field (MRF) models for restoration of stereo disparity maps. The main aspect is the use of confidence maps provided by the Symmetric Multipl...
Andrea Fusiello, Umberto Castellani, Vittorio Muri...
CVPR
2006
IEEE
11 years 17 days ago
Improving Border Localization of Multi-Baseline Stereo Using Border-Cut
This paper presents a novel algorithm that improves the localization of disparity discontinuities of disparity maps obtained by multi-baseline stereo. Rather than associating a di...
Marc-Antoine Drouin, Martin Trudeau, Sébast...
ECCV
2008
Springer
11 years 13 days ago
Using Multiple Hypotheses to Improve Depth-Maps for Multi-View Stereo
We propose an algorithm to improve the quality of depth-maps used for Multi-View Stereo (MVS). Many existing MVS techniques make use of a two stage approach which estimates depth-m...
Carlos Hernández, George Vogiatzis, Neill D...
CIARP
2007
Springer
10 years 4 months ago
Human Detection in Indoor Environments Using Multiple Visual Cues and a Mobile Robot
In order to deploy mobile robots in social environments like indoor buildings, they need to be provided with perceptual abilities to detect people. In the computer vision literatur...
Stefan Pszczólkowski, Alvaro Soto
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