Issue No. 07 - July (1995 vol. 17)
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<p><it>Abstract</it>—Most contemporary stereo correspondence algorithms impose global consistency among candidate match-points using Spatial Hierarchy Mechanism- (SHM) based techniques that rely on either the local support within a 2D neighborhood in the image plane and/or cooperative processes between multiple levels of a pixel-resolution or structural-description hierarchy. We analyze the stereo matching failures in SHM-based techniques in the presence of narrow occluding objects and propose the Dynamic Disparity Search (DDS) framework to reduce false-positive matches. Experiments with indoor and outdoor scenes demonstrate a significant reduction in the false-positive match rates of a DDS-based stereo algorithm as compared to those of two existing algorithms.</p>
Stereo, matching, correspondence, image analysis, binocular, occlusion, shadow region, disparity pool, 3D structure, triangulation, dynamic disparity search.
J. K. Aggarwal and U. R. Dhond, "Stereo Matching in the Presence of Narrow Occluding Objects Using Dynamic Disparity Search," in IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis & Machine Intelligence, vol. 17, no. , pp. 719-724, 1995.