Robust Depth Map Estimation Using Motion Vector Representations


Robust Depth Map Estimation Using Motion Vector Representations – This study proposes a new technique for 3D reconstruction from partial deformation measurements in low- and high-resolution datasets. This is accomplished by constructing the partial measurements for each point in a deformable space, based on a mapping scheme of a data-rich optical flow. This mapping scheme is also exploited by extracting the high-resolution reconstruction from data. To tackle the problem of high-resolution deformation measurements, the proposed technique is first applied to a large dataset of deformable signals, and then combines the reconstructed partial measurements to improve the reconstruction performance. Experiments on simulated and real deformation measurements indicate that the proposed approach achieves comparable results compared to state-of-the-art methods.

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Robust Depth Map Estimation Using Motion Vector Representations

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