- Published 2004

Stereoscopic matching is an ill-posed task. We bring a review of basic state of the art methods and show where the main weaknesses of the classical approach are: discretization artifacts and a geometric and illumination distortion. We present a proposal of a complex correlation statistic, which should tackle these problems. It is a similarity statistic which gathers information about the invariant correlation maximum and its position to a subpixel resolution.

@inproceedings{Cech2004TowardsAS,
title={Towards Accurate Stereoscopic Matching},
author={Jan Cech},
year={2004}
}