• David Capel
Part of the Distinguished Dissertations book series (DISTDISS)


This book investigates sets of images consisting of many overlapping views of a scene, and how the information contained within them may be combined to produce single images of superior quality. The generic name for such techniques is frame fusion. Using frame fusion, it is possible to extend the field of view beyond that of any single image, to reduce noise, to restore high-frequency content, and even to increase spatial resolution and dynamic range. The aim in this book is to develop efficient, robust and automated frame fusion algorithms which may be applied to real image sequences.


Video Sequence Image Registration Single Image Frame Fusion Image Mosaicing 
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© Springer-Verlag London 2004

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