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An Algorithm for Associating the Features of Two Images / G. L. Scott, H. C. Longuet-Higgins A direct method for stereo correspondence based on singular value decomposition / M. Pilu. CSE 291 Seminar Presentation Andrew Cosand ECE CVRR. Outline. Correspondence Problem Examples Discrepancy

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Cse 291 seminar presentation andrew cosand ece cvrr

An Algorithm for Associating the Features of Two Images / G. L. Scott, H. C. Longuet-HigginsA direct method for stereo correspondence based on singular value decomposition / M. Pilu

CSE 291 Seminar Presentation

Andrew Cosand

ECE CVRR


Outline

Outline

Correspondence Problem

  • Examples

  • Discrepancy

    S&L-H Solution

  • Distance Measure

  • Singular Value Decomposition

  • Relation to Kernel Trick

    Pilu’s Contribution


Correspondence problem

Correspondence Problem

Which features in image A correspond to features in image B?


Correspondence problem1

Correspondence Problem

This task is trivial for humans, but difficult for computers.


Correspondence problem2

Correspondence Problem

  • Used for stereo image pairs & motion images.

  • Feature correspondence should exhibit Similarity, Proximity and Exclusivity.

  • Complexity is combinatorial with number of features to compare.


Stereo imaging

Stereo Imaging

Trinocular camera captures 3 images, horizontally and vertically offset.


Stereo imaging1

Stereo Imaging

Feature correspondence is used to extract depth information from stereo images

  • Distances between cameras are known.

  • Distances between the same feature in different images is determined.

  • Distance from cameras to actual object can be calculated.


Motion tracking

Motion Tracking

Corresponding features are tracked through sequential images to determine object or camera motion.

Compound Motion

Object Motion Only


Local vs global

Local vs. Global


Discrepancy

Discrepancy

Small scale discrepancy constrains corresponding features to be close together.

  • Slow object movement, slight camera motion, narrow baseline stereo

    Large scale discrepancy allows widely separated features.

  • Fast object movement, large camera motion, wide baseline stereo


Ternus

Ternus


Ternus1

Ternus


Ternus2

Ternus


Achieving good global correspondence

Achieving Good Global Correspondence

Requires relationships between points

  • The inner product of x,y coordinates yields a deficient feature space. (Also location biased)

  • Gaussian weighted distance better captures the spatial relationships between points (location and proximity).

  • S&LH provides superior sphered (decorrelated) relationship.

  • Pilu adds similarity relationship.


Scott longuet higgins

Scott & Longuet-Higgins

Define a distance metric between features

Gij=e(-rij2/22)

Create matrix of relationships for all possible feature pairs

G11

Gij


S lh distance measure

S&LH Distance Measure

Gaussian Weighted

  •  scales distance weighting (discrepancy)

  • Analytic with respect to distance, coordinates

  • Decreases monotonically with distance

  • Positive Definite for identical images


Positive definite matrices

Positive Definite Matrices

  • Comparing identical feature sets yields a symmetric positive definite matrix.

  • Symmetric gets us real eigenvalues.

  • Positive definite has positive eigenvalues (which means real square roots).

  • G = UUT = QQT => Q = U1/2

Matrix Factors

Real

Inner

Product


Singular value decomposition

Singular Value Decomposition

SVD factors a matrix into the product of two orthogonal matrices and a diagonal matrix of singular values (eigenvalues).

G = TDU, G is m-by-n,

  • T is orthogonal, m-by-m

  • D is diag(1, 2, … p), m-by-n, p=min{m,n}

  • U is orthogonal, n-by-n


Scott longuet higgins1

Scott & Longuet-Higgins

Use Singular Value Decomposition on matrix. G = TDU


Scott longuet higgins2

Scott & Longuet-Higgins

Set diagonal elements of D to 1, ‘recover’ relationship matrix.

P = TIU = TU

Eliminating singular matrix rescales data in feature space, essentially sphereing it.


Scott longuet higgins3

Scott & Longuet-Higgins

Largest feature in row and column indicates mutual best match (correspondence)


Relation to kernel trick

Relation to Kernel Trick

Gaussian Distance is essentially a kernel

  • Relates to a dot product in infinite dimensionial space.

  • This gives a richer feature space with useful relationships between features.

  • This is why the SVD works here.


Pilu s improvement

Pilu’s Improvement

  • Rogue features don’t correspond to anything, complicating the process.

  • S&LH only deals with proximity and exclusivity.

  • Similarity constraint can eliminate rogue features, which shouldn’t be similar to anything.


Pilu s improvement1

Pilu’s Improvement

Modify relationship metric to include gray-level correlation.

Gij = (e-(Cij – 1)2/22) e(-rij2/22)

Gij = ((Cij+1)/2) e(-rij2/22)

  • Adds similarity to feature space (kernel operation).

  • Rogue features can be eliminated because they are not similar to anything.


Results

Results

  • Achieves globally better feature matches rather than locally good matches.

  • Resistant to rogue points.


Summary

Summary

  • S&LH essentially maps input to a rich, high dimensional feature space using kernel trick, then uses SVD to determine matches.

  • Pilu improves kernel to achieve better feature space.

  • Combination works well.


References

References

This presentation drew material from the following sources

  • S. Belonge, Notes on Spectral Correspondence

  • M. Pilu, A direct method for stereo correspondence based on singular value decomposition

    • variants

  • G. L. Scott, H. C. Longuet-Higgins, An Algorithm for Associating the Features of Two Images


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