Electronic image stabilization using multiple visual cues

@inproceedings{Yao1995ElectronicIS,
  title={Electronic image stabilization using multiple visual cues},
  author={Yi-Sheng Yao and Philippe Burlina and Rama Chellappa and Ting-Hu Wu},
  booktitle={ICIP},
  year={1995}
}
This paper presents an integrated algorithm for the problem of image stabilization. The algorithm combines various visual cues such as points and horizon lines, and relies on an Extended Kalman Filter for the estimation of parameters of interest. We study both calibrated and uncalibrated stabilization cases, and consider the problem of the selection of model dynamics for the estimation of warping parameters. Experimental results from video sequences generated from off-road vehicle platforms… CONTINUE READING
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