A Variable-Resolution Probabilistic Three-Dimensional Model for Change Detection

@article{Crispell2012AVP,
  title={A Variable-Resolution Probabilistic Three-Dimensional Model for Change Detection},
  author={Daniel E. Crispell and Joseph L. Mundy and Gabriel Taubin},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2012},
  volume={50},
  pages={489-500}
}
Given a set of high-resolution images of a scene, it is often desirable to predict the scene's appearance from viewpoints not present in the original data for purposes of change detection. When significant 3-D relief is present, a model of the scene geometry is necessary for accurate prediction to determine surface visibility relationships. In the absence of an a priori high-resolution model (such as those provided by LIDAR), scene geometry can be estimated from the imagery itself. These… CONTINUE READING

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