Visual Correspondence Using Energy Minimization and Mutual Information

@inproceedings{Kim2003VisualCU,
  title={Visual Correspondence Using Energy Minimization and Mutual Information},
  author={Junhwan Kim and Vladimir Kolmogorov and Ramin Zabih},
  booktitle={ICCV},
  year={2003}
}
We address visual correspondence problems without assuming that scene points have similar intensities in different views.This situation is common, usually due to non-lambertian scenes or to differences between cameras. We use maximization of mutual information, a powerful technique for registering images that requires no a priori model of the relationship between scene intensities in different views. However, it has proven difficult to use mutual information to compute dense visual… CONTINUE READING
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