Configurable real-time motion estimation for medical imaging: application to X-ray and ultrasound

@article{Abramov2015ConfigurableRM,
  title={Configurable real-time motion estimation for medical imaging: application to X-ray and ultrasound},
  author={Nikolai Abramov and Maxim Fradkin and Laurence Rouet and Hans-Aloys Wischmann},
  journal={Journal of Real-Time Image Processing},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={147-160}
}
Motion estimation is a key building block of image processing pipelines in many different contexts, ranging from efficient coding of video sequences in the consumer electronics domain (TV, DVD, BD) to professional medical applications. Many block-matching approaches have been proposed in the literature for motion detection and compensation in general… CONTINUE READING