Airborne Infrared and Visible Image Fusion for Target Perception Based on Target Region Segmentation and Discrete Wavelet Transform

@inproceedings{Niu2014AirborneIA,
  title={Airborne Infrared and Visible Image Fusion for Target Perception Based on Target Region Segmentation and Discrete Wavelet Transform},
  author={Yifeng Niu and Shengtao Xu and Lizhen Wu and Weidong Hu},
  year={2014}
}
Infrared and visible image fusion is an important precondition of realizing target perception for unmanned aerial vehicles UAVs , then UAV can perform various given missions. Information of texture and color in visible images are abundant, while target information in infrared images is more outstanding. The conventional fusion methods are mostly based on region segmentation; as a result, the fused image for target recognition could not be actually acquired. In this paper, a novel fusion method… CONTINUE READING

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