1 July 2008 Exploiting correlations in projection-based image registration
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Optical Engineering, 47(7), 077005 (2008). doi:10.1117/1.2957973
Projection-based image registration algorithms use the sum of the pixel values along a given axis of an image to detect spatial changes in temporally separated images. These algorithms have been shown to be computationally efficient and effective for aligning temporally separated images and for visually detecting sensor motion. Registering images via projections has also been shown as a method for overcoming registration errors caused by the presence of fixed pattern noise. This work describes a method that exploits the statistical properties of images with significant local correlation to improve the performance of projection-based image registration algorithms. The algorithm is shown to operate in low signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) conditions and to significantly improve registration performance by as much as a factor of 5.5 in mean squared error over existing projection-based registration algorithms at a minimal computational cost.
Matthew Sambora, Richard K. Martin, "Exploiting correlations in projection-based image registration," Optical Engineering 47(7), 077005 (1 July 2008). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2957973

Image registration

Image filtering

Error analysis

Signal to noise ratio

Linear filtering

Optical engineering

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