Carr, George Peter; Hartley, Richard
Images captured in foggy weather conditions exhibit losses in quality which are dependent on distance. If the depth and atmospheric conditions are known, one can enhance the images (to some degree) by compensating for the effects of the fog. Recently, several investigations have presented methods for recovering depth maps using only the information contained in a single foggy image. Each technique estimates the depth of each pixel independently, and assumes neighbouring pixels will have similar...[Show more]
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