A Survey of Numerical Methods for Shape from Shading

@inproceedings{Durou2004ASO,
  title={A Survey of Numerical Methods for Shape from Shading},
  author={Jean-Denis Durou and Maurizio Falcone and Manuela Sagona},
  year={2004}
}
Several algorithms have been suggested for the shape from shading problem, and some years have passed since the publication of Horn and Brooks’ book [27]. In this survey paper, we try to update the approach in presenting some algorithms which seem to be particularly representative of three classes of methods: (i) methods based on partial differential equations, (ii) minimization methods, and (iii) methods approximating the image irradiance equation. One of the goals of this paper is to set the… CONTINUE READING

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