Reflective features detection and hierarchical reflections separation in image sequences
Computer vision techniques such as Structurefrom- Motion (SfM) and object recognition tend to fail on scenes with highly reflective objects because the reflections behave differently to the true geometry of the scene. Such image sequences may be treated as two layers superimposed over each other - the nonreflection scene source layer and the reflection layer. However, decomposing the two layers is a very challenging task as it is ill-posed and common methods rely on prior information. This work...[Show more]
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|Source:||2014 International Conference on Digital lmage Computing: Techniques and Applications (DlCTA), Wollongong, NSW, 25-27 Nov. 2014|
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