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Near Real-Time Restoration of Non-Uniformly Warped Images from a Dynamic Scenery

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Abstract

We consider a variant of the FRTAAS algorithm to restore warped images from dynamic scenery. We test the usefulness of including a Kalman filter to compensate the loss of statistical data after each scenery change.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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