Image registration is the process of transforming different sets of images to one common coordinate system.

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Are there any template matching / optical flow algorithms for large image displacement?

I had some success with feature-based methods for image registration, but these methods are sometimes unsuitable (e.g. images containing repetitive patterns, very low contrast, low texture, no ...
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Is there a difference between Image Alignment and Stereo Rectification for stereo correspondence or matching?

As far as I know, Image alignment just finds the best fit given two images of the same scene. Whereas Image rectification, with regards to stereo vision, warps the images so that the epipolar lines ...
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Image registration dataset

I am searching for global purpose Dataset to test some image registration algorithm.. May you please give advice? I am looking for color or gray-scale dataset. I prefer it not to be medical or ...
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What is the state of the art in recovering homography without using point correspondence?

I am interested in the ones that don't make any assumptions about known points, and just uses the shapes to estimate the homography. I found this one, which seems to be done in 2009, ...
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General registration of images of two cameras

Suppose I have two cameras (c1 and c2) that are mounted to a device. The cameras observe an even surface of this device, where an object will be placed. The device itself can move, the cameras should ...
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Camera calibration vs. registration

Suppose I have two cameras, c1 and c2 that are securely installed and do not move. What I want is a matrix T, that takes a pixel of an image from camera c1 and calculates the according pixel in an ...
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Image Registration

I am trying to register two images of daily objects from different viewpoints (5 to 20 degrees angle). I have been reading about image registration and I feel like the best way to go is using ...
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Understand about registration between spatial prior and original image

I am working in level set/active contour method using spatial prior information . The main papers that I am focusing:"Automatic segmentation of neonatal images using convex optimization and coupled ...
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KLT version with perspective transform

Please correct me if it is wrong... KLT Algorithm makes a registration with an approximation that the transformation between two images is a translation and rotation. Assuming the previous is true, is ...
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1D FFT on rotated image column by column

I am facing a problem: performing 1D FFT on a rotated column by column on a rotated image, described as following: Original Image: Rotated Image: What I have: original image convolution ...
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mathematical transfer for different camera attributes

Suppose I have two camera shoots(Image1,Image2) for the exactly same scene (each pixel is alignment correctly) but from different cameras and different light conditions. I want to remove this light ...
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What is the best way to match a grid to a messy grid in a target image?

I have a target set of images with a grid of blobs, which supposedly include a hypothetical dot that is supposed to be the source of the blob. However the blobs are not restricted to any given shape ...
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Transformation of coordinate set

I have a problem in which i have a video that was taken from the side of the subject, something like this and i need to transform the coordinates of the subject to be as if the photo was taken from ...
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How to transform or distort or skew a rectangular image to fit arbitrary quad

I have a rectangular image which need to transform so the image fits an arbitrary convex quad. Easy? Except I have an important constraint, the features on the original image must maintain their ...
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Image Registration / Fusion Optimal Similarity Metrics

I have a theoretical question about optimal similarity metrics for comparing data sets. In reading the linked pdf, I read the following 2 interesting statements: "In the ... scenario in which A and ...
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How does 3D Time-of-Flight (TOF) camera work?

This is my first post in this forum! So Point me if anything is not clear! I want to know how TOF camera works? So I've done Google & read some nice explanation about How Phase difference between ...
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How can I go forward with this image processing task?

0 down vote favorite I am totally new to Image processing. I just started my Master thesis in the area of Computer vision and Machine learning. My background is Informatics. Now, my first task is to ...
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What exactly do we do in non-rigid registration?

I found many readings on Non rigid registration, also saw some videos but didn't find a clear explanation anywhere. What I understood is the following Rigid ...
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Image Registration C#

I'm trying to fuse different images of the same scene which each image have a different focus. I've been told that first I have to perform an image registration to the images. Right now, the result ...
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Detecting blades of a wind turbine

I have many close-range images of a single wind turbine blade (taken from different positions, same angle): I need to separate the blade image from background like this: The problem arises in ...
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Base line detection of text lines

I came across various works in the literature of document analysis addressing the problem of detecting base lines of multioriented texts. But no amount of search could give me satisfactory answer to ...
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Image Registration and optical flow

Image registration algorithms can be classified into intensity-based and feature-based algorithms, I want to know When and Why should i choose intensity or feature based algorithm? another question ...
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How to blend images on a spherical surface / cube map

I already have an algorithm for making panoramic image mosaics by image registration and then blending images in the overlap regions. The following image from Wikipedia illustrates several images ...
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Normalized cross correlation via FHT - how can I get correlation score?

I'm using the 2D Fast Hartley Transform to do fast correlation of two images in the frequency domain, which is the equivalent of NCC (normalized cross correlation) in the spatial domain. However, ...
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image correlation without fft

I want to stitch 2 images by crosscorrelation measure, but I don't want to use fft. I tryed this but something seems to be wrong.any suggestions? ...
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Finding symmetric regions/patterns in image

I have a set of images representing the mean curvature of a human back surface. What I want to do is to "scan" the image for points which have similar, reflected "counterparts" in some other part of ...
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Software to register a 2D image to a 3D volume

I have been searching for software that can handle the task of registering a 2D image to a 3D volume. The 3D volume is a microCT scan, while the 2D image is taken from a plane passing through the ...
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image registration using fft

I'm trying to register 2 images.First image don't change and second image is changing at each iteration by homography matrix and I'm using minimizer to find maximum of phase correlation, but for some ...
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Image Registration by Segmentation

Image registration algorithms are usually based on point features such as SIFT (Scale-Invariant Feature Transform). I saw some references to line features, but I was wondering if it would be possible ...
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How do I evaluate the performance of a segmentation algorithm?

I'm currently on a project of liver tumor segmentation. I segmented the liver using region growing, and I have to assess how accurate the result is. I recently learnt that there are certain metrics ...
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How to compute 2D displacement vector for binary image registration?

My inputs are several binary images like: They have globally the same content but may be unregistered as they are produced from a hand camera. What I would like to compute is the 2D displacement ...
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Profile Matching in a Point Cloud

A point cloud is generated using uniform random function for (x,y,z). As shown on the following figure, a flat intersecting plane (profile) is being investigated ...
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Point Pattern Recognition

Having two different size of sets of points (2D for simplicity) dispersed within two different size squares the question are that: 1- how to find any occurrence of the the small one through the ...
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How does google map put together satellite pictures?

Just out of curiousity, does anyone know how does google map put together all those massive quantity of satellite pictures with with high accuracy? What advanced computer science technology has it ...