The fast computation of disparity from phase differences

@inproceedings{Jepson1989TheFC,
  title={The fast computation of disparity from phase differences},
  author={Allan D. Jepson and Michael R. M. Jenkin},
  booktitle={CVPR},
  year={1989}
}
Previous work has demonstrated that the task of recovering local disparity measurements can be reduced to the task of measuring the local phase difference between band pass signals extracted from the left and right cameras [3, 5, 4 , 1, 2, 61. In computing this local phase difference these earlier algorithms expressed the computational task as a nonlinear differential equation that must be solved at each image point. Although this approach has great appeal as a model for biological disparity… CONTINUE READING

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