27 January 2010 Symmetrized local co-registration optimization for anomalous change detection
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The goal of anomalous change detection (ACD) is to identify what unusual changes have occurred in a scene, based on two images of the scene taken at different times and under different conditions. The actual anomalous changes need to be distinguished from the incidental differences that occur throughout the imagery, and one of the most common and confounding of these incidental differences is due to the misregistration of the images, due to limitations of the registration pre-processing applied to the image pair. We propose a general method to compensate for residual misregistration in any ACD algorithm which constructs an estimate of the degree of "anomalousness" for every pixel in the image pair. The method computes a modified misregistration-insensitive anomalousness by making local re-registration adjustments to minimize the local anomalousness. In this paper we describe a symmetrized version of our initial algorithm, and find significant performance improvements in the anomalous change detection ROC curves for a number of real and synthetic data sets.
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Brendt Wohlberg, Brendt Wohlberg, James Theiler, James Theiler, } "Symmetrized local co-registration optimization for anomalous change detection", Proc. SPIE 7533, Computational Imaging VIII, 753307 (27 January 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.845210; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.845210
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