Computing Multiple Image Motions

@inproceedings{BeaucheminComputingMI,
  title={Computing Multiple Image Motions},
  author={MotionsS. S. Beauchemin and R. BajcsyGRASP LaboratoryDepartment}
}
  • MotionsS. S. Beauchemin, R. BajcsyGRASP LaboratoryDepartment
The computation of image motion for the purposes of determining egomotion is a challenging task as image motion includes discontinuities and multiple values mostly due to scene geometry, surface translucency and various photometric eeects such as surface reeectance. We present algorithms for computing multiple image motions arising from occlusion and translucency which are capable of extracting the information-content of oc-clusion boundaries and distinguish between those and additive… CONTINUE READING

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