Frame-rate Robust Stereo on a PCI Board

@inproceedings{Zabih1997FramerateRS,
  title={Frame-rate Robust Stereo on a PCI Board},
  author={John Woodfill Brian Von Herzen Ramin Zabih},
  year={1997}
}
  • John Woodfill Brian Von Herzen Ramin Zabih
  • Published 1997
Many vision applications would benefit from framerate, dense stereo. In this paper we present a robust algorithm implemented on a single board for a PC. The algorithm used is census transform correlation, which is well-suited for hardware implementation. Unlike existing frame-rate stereo methods, census transform correlation is robust to outliers, and does not assume that corresponding points have constant brightness. We provide an empirical comparison between our method and other frame-rate… CONTINUE READING

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