Sara Ceglie

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This work deals with the view synthesis problem, i.e., how to generate snapshots of a scene taken from a “virtual” viewpoint different from all the viewpoints of the real views. Starting from uncalibrated reference images, the geometry of the scene is recovered by means of the relative affine structure. This information is used to extrapolate novel views(More)
As for the first problem, we divide it in computing a dominant homography that caters for the motion of the majority of the pixels, and a residual parallax. The latter can be in turn computed as an homography, or as a sparse field. Estimating the dominant motion The dominant planar motion $ is obtained as the homography that explains the motion of the(More)
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