An FPGA Implementation of Pattern-Selective Pyramidal Image Fusion

@article{Sims2006AnFI,
  title={An FPGA Implementation of Pattern-Selective Pyramidal Image Fusion},
  author={Oliver Sims and James Irvine},
  journal={2006 International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications},
  year={2006},
  pages={1-4}
}
The aim of image fusion is to combine multiple images (from one or more sensors) into a single composite image that retains all useful data without introducing artefacts. Pattern-selective techniques attempt to identify and extract whole features in the source images to use in the composite. These techniques usually rely on multiresolution image representations such as Gaussian pyramids, which are localised in both the spatial and spatial-frequency domains, since they enable identification of… CONTINUE READING
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