Spatially invariant image sequences

@article{Miller1992SpatiallyII,
  title={Spatially invariant image sequences},
  author={John W. V. Miller and James B. Farison and Young-In Shin},
  journal={IEEE transactions on image processing : a publication of the IEEE Signal Processing Society},
  year={1992},
  volume={1 2},
  pages={148-61}
}
The authors define linearly additive spatially invariant image sequences and present an explicit mathematical model for describing them. In such a sequence, all objects are positionally invariant in each image of the sequence but have varying gray-scale contributions to the successive images of the sequence. The various components (features or processes) of the scene or object contribute additively to each image of the sequence, but each component has a characteristic variation (signature) from… CONTINUE READING

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