- Dynamic multiresolution optical flow computation
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This paper introduces a new algorithm for computing multi-resolution optical flow, and compares this new hierarchical method with the traditional combination of the Lucas-Kanade method with a pyramid transform. The paper shows that the new method promises convergent optical flow computation. Aiming at accurate and stable computation of optical flow, the new method propagates results of computations from low resolution images to those of higher resolution. The resolution of images increases this way for the sequence of images used in those calculations. The given input sequence of images defines the maximum of possible resolution.
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- Proceedings title: Robot vision: Second international workshop, RobVis 2008, Auckland, New Zealand, February 18-20, 2008:
Place of publication: Berlin
Editors: G. Sommer, R. Klette
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