STREAM PROCESSING ALGORITHMS FOR DYNAMIC 3D SCENE ANALYSIS
Technical Report,01 Jan 2014,31 Aug 2017
University of Missouri Columbia United States
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The goal of this effort was to take the computation closer to the sensor when it made sense to do so. Wide Area Motion Imagery WAMI data was used given the high bandwidth requirements associated with WAMI. Our focus was on feature detection and matching techniques along the video sequence developing efficient structure-from-motion and bundle adjustment techniques for high resolution aerial imagery designing 3D reconstruction algorithm to run on metropolitan-scale data analytical image stabilization and geo-registration and developing moving object detection and tracking algorithms. The creation of 3D models from airborne wide area motion imagery WAMI will facilitate a number of capabilities including improved geo-registration, increased reliability of target tracking through occlusions and shadows, onboard processing for video object analysis, better modeling of object motion dynamics, and enable high compression of large scale scene imagery for efficient real time downlinks.