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Current Advancements in Stereo Vision

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Current Advancements in Stereo Vision
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535106609
Number of pages: 224

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The topics covered in this book include fundamental theoretical aspects of robust stereo correspondence estimation, novel and robust algorithms, hardware implementation for fast execution and applications in wide range of disciplines. Particularly interesting approaches include neuromorphic engineering, probabilistic analysis and anisotropic reaction diffusion addressing the problem of stereo correspondence and the applications in mobile robotics for autonomous terrain mapping and navigation.

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