20 October 1993 Extended target tracking in FLIR image sequences
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Passive navigation and automatic guidance using JR image irradiance tracking present a new challenge to computer vision due to a wide variety of 3D structural discontinuities and occlusions occuring in real-world scenario [1], [2], [3]. Time-varying images of real-world scenes can provide kinematical, dynamical and structural information of the world. To estimate from the image sequences, the 3D motion and structure of objects it is often necessary to establish correspondences between images. Establishing correspondences between different perspective images of the same scene is one of the most challenging and critical step in motion and scene analysis. Several approaches to the passive navigation problem have been suggested in recent literature [4]. Approaches for passive navigation using stereo image Pairs have also been reported. rllhis paper describe an image matching approach based on multiple attributes extracted from each image provide by an airborne FUR.
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Roger A. Samy and Daniel Duclos "Extended target tracking in FLIR image sequences", Proc. SPIE 1957, Architecture, Hardware, and Forward-Looking Infrared Issues in Automatic Target Recognition, (20 October 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.161454; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.161454
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