Video image registration evaluation for a layered sensing environment

  title={Video image registration evaluation for a layered sensing environment},
  author={Olga Mendoza-Schrock and James A. Patrick and Erik P. Blasch},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE 2009 National Aerospace & Electronics Conference (NAECON)},
In this paper, several methods to register and stabilize a motion imagery video sequence under the layered sensing concept are evaluated. Utilizing the layered sensing paradigm, an area is surveyed by a multitude of sensors at many different altitudes and operating across many modalities. Utilizing a combination of sensors provides better insight into a situation than could ever be achieved with a single sensor. A fundamental requirement in layered sensing is to first register, stabilize, and… CONTINUE READING
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