Occlusions, Discontinuities, and Epipolar Lines in Stereo

@inproceedings{Ishikawa1998OcclusionsDA,
  title={Occlusions, Discontinuities, and Epipolar Lines in Stereo},
  author={Hiroshi Ishikawa and Davi Geiger},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={1998}
}
Binocular stereo is the process of obtaining depth information from a pair of left and right views of a scene. We present a new approach to compute the disparity map by solving a global optimization problem that models occlusions, discontinuities, and epipolar-line interactions. In the model, geometric constraints require every disparity discontinuity along the epipolar line in one eye to always correspond to an occluded region in the other eye, while at the same time encouraging smoothness… CONTINUE READING
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