Extended Gaussian images

@article{Horn1984ExtendedGI,
  title={Extended Gaussian images},
  author={Bernard Horn},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={1984},
  volume={72},
  pages={1671-1686}
}
This is a primer on extended Gaussian images. Extended Gaussian images are useful for representing the shapes of surfaces. They can be computed easily from: 1. needle maps obtained using photometric stereo; or 2. depth maps generated by ranging devices or binocular stereo. Importantly, they can also be determined simply from geometric models of the objects. Extended Gaussian images can be of use in at least two of the tasks facing a machine vision system: 1. recognition, and 2. determining the… CONTINUE READING

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