The Fusion of Image and Range Flow

@inproceedings{Barron2000TheFO,
  title={The Fusion of Image and Range Flow},
  author={John L. Barron and Hagen Spies},
  booktitle={Theoretical Foundations of Computer Vision},
  year={2000}
}
We present quantitative results for computing local least squares and global regularized range flow using both image and range data. We first review the computation of local least squares range flow and then show how its computation can be cast in a global Horn and Schunck like regularization framework [15]. These computations are done using both range data only and using a combination of image and range data [14]. We present quantitative results for these two least squares range flow… CONTINUE READING

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