Research >> Mosaic construction




We have developed algorithms that build seamless mosaics of high-resolution retinal images. The algorithms that compute the transformations that simultaneously align multiple images use the results of retinal image pair registration, but also automatically determine new constraints. Example results from our
2002 PAMI paper are below.





Gehua Yang and Charles V. Stewart. Covariance-Driven Mosaic Formation from Sparsely-Overlapping Image Sets with Application to Retinal Image Mosaicing. In IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), pages 804--810, 2004. [ pdf ] [ bib ]


A. Can, C.V. Stewart, B. Roysam, and H.L. Tanenbaum, A feature-based, robust, hierarchical technique for registering pairs of images of the curved human retina, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 24 , 347-364, March 2002. [ pdf ] [ ps.gz ] [ bib ]



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