Motion Analysis for Image Enhancement: Resolution, Occlusion, and Transparency

@article{Irani1993MotionAF,
  title={Motion Analysis for Image Enhancement: Resolution, Occlusion, and Transparency},
  author={Michal Irani and Shmuel Peleg},
  journal={J. Visual Communication and Image Representation},
  year={1993},
  volume={4},
  pages={324-335}
}
Accurate computation of image motion enables the enhancement of image sequences In scenes having multiple moving objects the motion computation is performed together with object segmen tation by using a unique temporal integration approach After computing the motion for the di erent image regions these regions can be enhanced by fusing several successive frames covering the same region Enhancements treated here include improvement of image resolution lling in occluded regions and reconstruction… CONTINUE READING
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