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Error detection and DEM fusion using self-consistency

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4 Author(s)
Schultz, H. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Massachusetts Univ., Amherst, MA, USA ; Riseman, E.M. ; Stolle, F.R. ; Dong-Min Woo

The ability to efficiently and robustly recover accurate 3D terrain models from sets of stereoscopic images is important to many civilian and military applications. Our long-term goal is to develop an automatic, multi-image 3D reconstruction algorithm that can be applied to these domains. To develop an effective and practical terrain modeling system, methods must be found for detecting unreliable elevations in digital elevation maps (DEMs), and for fusing several DEMs from multiple sources into an accurate and reliable result. This paper focuses on two key factors for generating robust 3D terrain models, (1) the ability to detect unreliable elevations estimates, and (2) to fuse the reliable elevations into a single optimal terrain model. The techniques discussed in this paper are based on the concept of using self-consistency to identify potentially unreliable points. We apply the self-consistency methodology to both the two-image and multi-image scenarios. We demonstrate that the recently developed concept of self-consistency can be effectively employed to determine the reliability of values in a DEM. Estimates with a reliability below an error threshold can be excluded from further processing. We test the effectiveness of the methodology, as well as the relationship between error rate and scene geometry by processing both real and photo-realistic simulations

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Computer Vision, 1999. The Proceedings of the Seventh IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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1999

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