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Depth Estimation in Nighttime using Stereo-Consistent Cyclic Translations

@article{Sharma2019DepthEI,
  title={Depth Estimation in Nighttime using Stereo-Consistent Cyclic Translations},
  author={Aashish Sharma and Robby T. Tan and Loong Fah Cheong},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1909.13701}
}
Most existing methods of depth from stereo are designed for daytime scenes, where the lighting can be assumed to be sufficiently bright and more or less uniform. Unfortunately, this assumption does not hold for nighttime scenes, causing the existing methods to be erroneous when deployed in nighttime. Nighttime is not only about low light, but also about glow, glare, non-uniform distribution of light, etc. One of the possible solutions is to train a network on nighttime images in a fully… Expand
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