Bottom-up segmentation for ghost-free reconstruction of a dynamic scene from multi-exposure images

@inproceedings{Raman2010BottomupSF,
  title={Bottom-up segmentation for ghost-free reconstruction of a dynamic scene from multi-exposure images},
  author={Shanmuganathan Raman and Subhasis Chaudhuri},
  booktitle={ICVGIP},
  year={2010}
}
High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging requires one to composite multiple differently exposed images of a scene in the irradiance domain and perform tone mapping of the generated HDR image for displaying on Low Dynamic Range (LDR) devices. In the case of dynamic scenes, standard techniques may introduce artifacts called ghosts if the scene changes are not accounted for. In this paper, we consider the HDR problem for dynamic scenes. We develop a novel bottom-up segmentation algorithm through… CONTINUE READING

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