Variational fluid flow measurements from image sequences : synopsis and perspectives

@inproceedings{Heitz2009VariationalFF,
  title={Variational fluid flow measurements from image sequences : synopsis and perspectives},
  author={Dominique Heitz and Etienne. Memin and Christoph Schn{\"o}rr},
  year={2009}
}
Variational approaches to image motion segmentation has been an active field of study in image processing and computer vision for two decades. We present a short overview over basic estimation schemes and report in more detail recent modifications and applications to fluid flow estimation. Key properties of these approaches are illustrated by numerical examples. We outline promising research directions and point out the potential of variational techniques in combination with correlation-based… CONTINUE READING
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