1 March 2009 Multiple optical calibration system-based effective multiviews video processing
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A new multiple optical calibration system (MOCS)-based effective multiview video processing (MVP) is proposed. The proposed MOCS can be classified as intracamera processing and intercamera processing (IP). In IP, unequal brightness intensity is rectified by using a brightness difference map, and geometric distortion of the optical lens is corrected. In IP, several important factors, such as unequal camera sensor location, tilt degree of lens mount, and focal length, among multiple cameras are calibrated. Furthermore, an effective disparity matching algorithm, called an as adaptive-based disparity matching algorithm (A-DMA), is proposed for MVP. The proposed A-DMA enhances the performance of MVP in terms of accuracy of disparity estimation and computational overhead.
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Kyung-Hoon Bae, Kyung-Hoon Bae, SangHoon Park, SangHoon Park, Si-Ho Cha, Si-Ho Cha, } "Multiple optical calibration system-based effective multiviews video processing," Optical Engineering 48(3), 037008 (1 March 2009). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3102841 . Submission:
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