Complete Dense Stereovision Using Level Set Methods

  title={Complete Dense Stereovision Using Level Set Methods},
  author={Olivier D. Faugeras and Renaud Keriven},
We present a novel geometric approach for solving the stereo problem for an arbitrary number of images (greater than or equal to 2). It is based upon the deenition of a variational principle that must be satissed by the surfaces of the objects in the scene and their images. The Euler-Lagrange equations which are deduced from the variational principle provide a set of PDE's which are used to deform an initial set of surfaces which then move towards the objects to be detected. The level set… CONTINUE READING
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