Evaluation of Uniform and Non-Uniform Optical Flow Techniques using Finite Element Methods

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Abstract

This paper evaluates and compares uniform and non-uniform algorithms that implement the estimation of motion, focusing on the finite element method as a framework for the development of techniques. The finite element approach has the advantages of a rigorous mathematical formulation, speed of reconstruction, conceptual simplicity and ease of implementation via well-established finite element procedures in comparison to finite volume or finite difference techniques. The finite element techniques are implemented through a variety of grid discretisations, with results presented and compared. An important advantage of the non-uniform technique is the capacity to tackle problems in which non-uniform sampling of the image sequence is appropriate.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Number of pages8
Volume2781
Publication statusPublished - 10 Sep 2003
EventPattern Recognition - The 25th DAGM Symposium (DAGM'2003 - Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany
Duration: 10 Sep 2003 → …

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ConferencePattern Recognition - The 25th DAGM Symposium (DAGM'2003
Period10/09/03 → …

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Condell, J, Scotney, B & Morrow, PJ 2003, Evaluation of Uniform and Non-Uniform Optical Flow Techniques using Finite Element Methods. in Unknown Host Publication. vol. 2781, Pattern Recognition - The 25th DAGM Symposium (DAGM'2003, 10/09/03.

Evaluation of Uniform and Non-Uniform Optical Flow Techniques using Finite Element Methods. / Condell, Joan; Scotney, Bryan; Morrow, PJ.

Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 2781 2003.

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