Digital image correlation in experimental mechanics and image registration in computer vision: Similarities, differences and complements

@inproceedings{Wang2015DigitalIC,
  title={Digital image correlation in experimental mechanics and image registration in computer vision: Similarities, differences and complements},
  author={Zhaoyang Wang and Hien Kieu and Hieu Nguyen and Minh Le},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Digital image correlation and image registration or matching are among the most widely used techniques in the fields of experimental mechanics and computer vision, respectively. Despite their applications in separate fields, both techniques primarily involve detecting the same physical points in two or more images. In this paper, a brief technical comparison of the two techniques is reviewed, and their similarities and differences as well as complements are presented. It is shown that… CONTINUE READING

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