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|Title:||Disparity map generation based on trapezoidal camera architecture for multiview video|
|Keywords:||Multi-view video;Occlusion;Stereoscopic distance;Trapezoidal camera architecture;Visual content acquisition|
|Citation:||The International Journal of Multimedia and Its Applications, 6(6): (December 2014)|
|Abstract:||Visual content acquisition is a strategic functional block of any visual system. Despite its wide possibilities, the arrangement of cameras for the acquisition of good quality visual content for use in multi-view video remains a huge challenge. This paper presents the mathematical description of trapezoidal camera architecture and relationships which facilitate the determination of camera position for visual content acquisition in multi-view video, and depth map generation. The strong point of Trapezoidal Camera Architecture is that it allows for adaptive camera topology by which points within the scene, especially the occluded ones can be optically and geometrically viewed from several different viewpoints either on the edge of the trapezoid or inside it. The concept of maximum independent set, trapezoid characteristics, and the fact that the positions of cameras (with the exception of few) differ in their vertical coordinate description could very well be used to address the issue of occlusion which continues to be a major problem in computer vision with regards to the generation of depth map.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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