Tae Hyun Oh

Learn More
This paper introduces a new high dynamic range (HDR) imaging algorithm which utilizes rank minimization. Assuming a camera responses linearly to scene radiance, the input low dynamic range (LDR) images captured with different exposure time exhibit a linear dependency and form a rank-1 matrix when stacking intensity of each corresponding pixel together. In(More)
Robust Principal Component Analysis (RPCA) via rank minimization is a powerful tool for recovering underlying low-rank structure of clean data corrupted with sparse noise/outliers. In many low-level vision problems, not only it is known that the underlying structure of clean data is low-rank, but the exact rank of clean data is also known. Yet, when(More)
—Rank minimization can be boiled down to tractable surrogate problems, such as Nuclear Norm Minimization (NNM) and Weighted NNM (WNNM). The problems related to NNM (or WNNM) can be solved iteratively by applying a closed-form proximal operator, called Singular Value Thresholding (SVT) (or Weighted SVT), but they suffer from high computational cost of(More)
We present a high dynamic range (HDR) imaging algorithm that utilizes a modern rank minimization framework. Linear dependency exists among low dynamic range (LDR) images. However, global or local misalignment by camera motion and moving objects breaks down the low-rank structure of LDR images. The proposed algorithm simultaneously estimates global geometric(More)
We introduce a framework to estimate and refine 3D scene flow which connects 3D structures of a scene across different frames. In contrast to previous approaches which compute 3D scene flow that connects depth maps from a stereo image sequence or from a depth camera, our approach takes advantage of full 3D reconstruction which computes the 3D scene flow(More)
—Commonly used in computer vision and other applications, robust PCA represents an algorithmic attempt to reduce the sensitivity of classical PCA to outliers. The basic idea is to learn a decomposition of some data matrix of interest into low rank and sparse components, the latter representing unwanted outliers. Although the resulting optimization problem(More)