### Table 2: Stereo correction method capacities in di er- ent scenarios.

### Table 1 Performance of the proposed method for various stereo image pairs

2004

"... In PAGE 9: ... Therefore, the two examined methods may be used together in order to transmit some clusters with better quality than others. Table1 shows the experimental results for the four tested images. The estimated PSNR values express the perform- ance of the stereo image pair for distinct bit rates.... ..."

Cited by 2

### Table 2 The stereo matching results by the proposed method for test image pairs Image pair Windows Correct (%) All errors (%) Error at depth discontinuities (%) Invalid (%)

2005

"... In PAGE 8: ... 11. Table2 shows the stereo matching result for test image pairs. For Tsukuba image pair, we compare the pro- posed algorithm with fast stereo matching algo- rithm, such as SAD method, multi-windowing method (Fusiello et al.... ..."

### Table 1. Accuracy Comparison of the matches obtained by the two methods Index Total Num. Points Standard Stereo Shortest Path Stereo

### Table 8. Accuracy of ground points improved by four image space-based methods in QuickBird stereo images

2004

Cited by 2

### Table 2: Results of estimated motion parameters from stereo images 4.7 Conclusions Several algorithms for motion extraction have been described in this chapter. For pure translation and pure rotation, linear methods are still favourable and can give reasonable results. For general cases, the availability of two pairs of stereo images leads to a linear method which can give much more reliable results and which does not su er from the ambiguous scale problem existing for any method using a pair of monocular images.

"... In PAGE 65: ... The translation vector T is then calculated using Equation 73 once the rotation para- meters are available. The simulation has run 100 times with random noise, and the mean values of the calculated motion parameters are shown in Table2 together with their true values. From the table it can be seen that the estimated motion parameters are very close to their true values although the 3D point coordinates are corrupted with noise.... ..."

### Table 3: Result for the correlation technique applied to the stereo pair in Figure 2.

2000

"... In PAGE 18: ... Figure 2 depicts the result for the best correlation window. Table3 shows the results obtained using our method for di erent parameter settings, and in Figure 3 we present the best result that we have obtained with our method. It has an average error of 0:2639.... In PAGE 18: ... We point out that our method computes the disparity in 100% of the image, and that the the error is signi cantly smaller than the one of the correlation technique. Table3 also shows that our method is rather robust concerning the choice of the parameters. In fact, in most cases the results are better than for the correlation method with optimal window size.... ..."

### Table 3: Result for the correlation technique applied to the stereo pair in Figure 2.

"... In PAGE 18: ... Figure 2 depicts the result for the best correlation window. Table3 shows the results obtained using our method for di erent parameter settings, and in Figure 3 we present the best result that we have obtained with our method. It has an average error of 0:2639.... In PAGE 18: ... We point out that our method computes the disparity in 100% of the image, and that the the error is signi cantly smaller than the one of the correlation technique. Table3 also shows that our method is rather robust concerning the choice of the parameters. In fact, in most cases the results are better than for the correlation method with optimal window size.... ..."

### Table 3: Result for the correlation technique applied to the stereo pair in Figure 2.

"... In PAGE 19: ... Figure 2 depicts the result for the best correlation window. Table3 shows the results obtained using our method for di#1Berent parameter settings, and in Figure 3 we present the best result that wehave obtained with our method. It has an average error of 0:2639.... In PAGE 19: ... We point out that our method computes the disparityin100#25 of the image, and that the the error is signi#1Ccantly smaller than the one of the correlation technique. Table3 also shows that our method is rather robust concerning the choice of the parameters. In fact, in most cases the results are better than for the correlation method with optimal window size.... ..."

### Table 2: Performance comparison with stereo algorithms from the Middlebury Stereo Vision page [2] for the Map im- age pair. MAE: Mean Absolute Error, RMS: Root Mean Square error.

"... In PAGE 4: ... We also report the results of some state- of-the-art methods from the same website. Table2 provides a quantitative comparative study using two global error mea- sures: the Root Mean Square error and the Mean Absolute Error. We note that in accordance with [2], we exclude pixels that are in occluded regions when computing the disparity errors.... In PAGE 4: ...arity map (Fig. 3.c), this would not have been necessary for our approach as it yields robust disparity estimates in those points. In order to measure the impact of each constraint, we also indicate in Table2 the error values obtained when one of the constraints is missing. This confirms that it is useful to incorporate multiple constraints.... ..."

Cited by 1