On accurate dense stereo-matching using a local adaptive multi-cost approach

@inproceedings{Stentoumis2014OnAD,
  title={On accurate dense stereo-matching using a local adaptive multi-cost approach},
  author={Christos Stentoumis and Lazaros Grammatikopoulos and Ilias Kalisperakis and G. Karras},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract Defining pixel correspondences among images is a fundamental process in fully automating image-based 3D reconstruction. In this contribution, we show that an adaptive local stereo-method of high computational efficiency may provide accurate 3D reconstructions under various scenarios, or even outperform global optimizations. We demonstrate that census matching cost on image gradients is more robust, and we exponentially combine it with the absolute difference in colour and in principal… CONTINUE READING

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