High-Quality Reflection Separation Using Polarized Images

@article{Kong2011HighQualityRS,
  title={High-Quality Reflection Separation Using Polarized Images},
  author={Naejin Kong and Yu-Wing Tai and Sung Yong Shin},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={3393-3405}
}
In this paper, we deal with a problem of separating the effect of reflection from images captured behind glass. The input consists of multiple polarized images captured from the same view point but with different polarizer angles. The output is the high quality separation of the reflection layer and the background layer from the images. We formulate this problem as a constrained optimization problem and propose a framework that allows us to fully exploit the mutually exclusive image information… CONTINUE READING

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