Underwater Mosaicing and Trajectory Reconstruction using Global Alignment

@inproceedings{Gracias2001UnderwaterMA,
  title={Underwater Mosaicing and Trajectory Reconstruction using Global Alignment},
  author={Nuno R. Gracias and Jos{\'e} Santos-Victor},
  year={2001}
}
This paper deals with the problem of constructing high quality mosaics of the sea bed. It focuses on the use of long image sequences with time-distant superpositions, such as the ones arising from loop trajectories or zig-zag scanning patterns. An algorithm is presented for the simultaneous creation of mosaics and the estimation of the camera trajectory. The method comprises three major stages. The first stage consists of the sequential estimation of the image motion, using a reduced image… CONTINUE READING
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