Image Mosaicing

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


Image mosaicing is the alignment of multiple images into larger compositions which represent portions of a 3D scene. The mosaicing methods described in this chapter are concerned with images which can be registered by means of a planar homography: views of a planar scene from arbitrary viewpoints, or views of a scene taken by a rotating camera. There are three important factors to consider when constructing a mosaic: the estimation of a set of homographies which are consistent over all the views; the choice of reprojection manifold on which the images are composited; and the choice of algorithm for blending the overlapping images.


Interest Point View Graph Mosaic Image Virtual Camera Manifold Projection 
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© Springer-Verlag London 2004

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  • David Capel

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