Natural image matting for multiple wide-baseline views

@article{Sarim2010NaturalIM,
  title={Natural image matting for multiple wide-baseline views},
  author={Muhammad Sarim and Adrian Hilton and Jean-Yves Guillemaut and Takeshi Takai and Hansung Kim},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2010},
  pages={2233-2236}
}
In this paper we present a novel approach to estimate the alpha mattes of a foreground object captured by a wide-baseline circular camera rig provided a single key frame trimap. Bayesian inference coupled with camera calibration information are used to propagate high confidence trimaps labels across the views. Recent techniques have been developed to estimate an alpha matte of an image using multiple views but they are limited to narrow baseline views with low foreground variation. The proposed… CONTINUE READING

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