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Experience with Optical Flow Algorithms based on the Geometry of Points in Two Frames

Stephens, A., Matthews, N.D. and Greenway, P. (1991) Experience with Optical Flow Algorithms based on the Geometry of Points in Two Frames At Mobile Robots VI. , 257--267.

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A number of optical flow techniques exist for recovering the relative sensor-scene motion from image sequences, for subsequent use in vehicle guidance and navigation tasks. However, the problems of finding depths and motion, as well as various differential and kinematic approximations within the algorithms themselves, often lead to difficulties in the presence of noisy data. We examine various solution means and demonstrate how a small modification to an existing formulation produces a method adequate for our Autonomous Land Vehicle Application.

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Published date: 1991
Additional Information: Organisation: SPIE
Venue - Dates: Mobile Robots VI, 1991-01-01
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science


Local EPrints ID: 250370
PURE UUID: 92b11c51-7f4b-4a9e-a871-9f22033bec3b

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Date deposited: 04 May 1999
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:42

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Author: A. Stephens
Author: N.D. Matthews
Author: P. Greenway

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