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On SIFTs and their scales
Scale invariant feature detectors often find stable scales in only a few image pixels. Consequently, methods for feature matching typically choose one of two extreme options: matching a sparse set ofExpand
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SIFTing Through Scales
Scale invariant feature detectors often find stable scales in only a few image pixels. Consequently, methods for feature matching typically choose one of two extreme options: matching a sparse set ofExpand
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On Sifts and Their Scales Lihi Zelnik-manor Technion
Scale invariant feature detectors often find stable scales in only a few image pixels. Consequently, methods for feature matching typically choose one of two extreme options: matching a sparse set ofExpand
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Dense, Scale-Less Descriptors
Establishing correspondences between two images requires matching similar image regions. To do this effectively, local representations must be designed to allow for meaningful comparisons. As weExpand
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