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High-speed segmentation-driven high-resolution matching


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Seventh International Conference on Machine Vision


This paper proposes a segmentation-based approach for matching of high-resolution stereo images in real time. The approach employs direct region matching in a raster scan fashion influenced by scanline approaches, but with pixel decoupling. To enable real-time performance it is implemented as a heterogeneous system of an FPGA and a sequential processor. Additionally, the approach is designed for low resource usage in order to qualify as part of unified image processing in an embedded system.


author = {Fredrik Ekstrand and Carl Ahlberg and Mikael Ekstr{\"o}m and Giacomo Spampinato},
title = {High-speed segmentation-driven high-resolution matching},
volume = {7},
month = {November},
year = {2014},
booktitle = {Seventh International Conference on Machine Vision},
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