The Use of Separated Reflection Components in Estimating Geometrical Parameters of Curved Surface Elements


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Glas, J.C. and Heijden, F. van der (1995) The Use of Separated Reflection Components in Estimating Geometrical Parameters of Curved Surface Elements. In: Fifth International Conference on Image Processing and its Applications, 4-6 July 1995 (pp. pp. 340-344).

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Abstract:Iterative least-squares estimation, requires accurate reflectance models to retrieve geometrical parameters of curved surface elements from an image projection. We investigate the use of separating the diffuse (body) reflection from the specular (surface) reflection being responsible for image highlights. Experiments show that the (smooth) diffuse component yields the best convergence properties, while the (sharp) specular component can contribute to the improvement of the noise insensitivity
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Copyright:© 1995 IEEE Press
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