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The paracatadioptric camera is one of the most popular panoramic systems currently available in the market. It provides a wide field of view by combining a parabolic shaped mirror with a camera inducing an orthographic projection. Previous work proved that the paracatadioptric projection of a...
This paper presents a new approach for using stereo and motion correspondences to solve the problem of tracking multiple independently moving features. In this approach, quantitative relational structure (QRS) is proposed as a framework for the integration of stereo–motion correspondences. The...
The problem of projective reconstruction for multiple views is considered using a factorization method. A common difficulty of existing formulations of the factorization problem is that they do not adequately constrain the depth parameters thus allowing the algorithm to converge to...
The purpose of this study is to investigate a new representation of a partition of an image domain into a fixed but arbitrary number of regions by explicit correspondence between the regions of segmentation and the regions defined by simple closed planar curves and their intersections, and the...
This paper presents an extension of previously published theory and algorithms for fuzzy-connected image segmentation. In this approach, a strength of connectedness is assigned to every pair of image elements. This is done by finding the strongest among all possible connecting paths between the...
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