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Motion Estimation - ME
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    • Motion estimation is a common component of machine vision systems. Given the number of motion estimation algorithms available, selection of an appropriate algorithm is a difficult process. A quantitative measurement of the performance of motion estimation algorithms on real unlabelled data allows for more realistic comparison of motion estimation algorithms than the current situation. At present the most common measure of a motion estimation algorithm involves comparing a measured to a known motion field. Szeliski suggested treating motion estimation as a registration process...

    J. J. Franciset al. Towards quantitative comparison of motion estimation algorithms

    • Motion estimation is a common ingredient in many state-ofthe-art video processing algorithms, serving as an effective way to capture the spatial-temporal correlation in video signals. However, the robustness of motion estimation often suffers from problems such as ambiguities of motion trajectory (i.e...

    Yue Luet al. Video Processing using the 3Dimensional Surfacelet Transform

    • Motion estimation is a temporal image compression technique where an n x n block of pixels in the current frame of a video sequence is represented by a motion vector with respect to the best matched block in a search area of the previous frame, and the DCT coefficients of the estimated error terms...

    Thinh M. Leet al. Fast Motion Estimation Using Feature Extraction and XOR Operations

    • Motion estimation is a temporal image compression technique, where an n x n block of pixels in the current frame of a video sequence is represented by a motion vector with respect to the best matched block in a search area of the previous frame, and the DCT coefficients of the displaced block differences...

    Thinh M. Leet al. Low complexity block motion estimation using morphological-based featu...

    • Motion estimation is an essential step common to all magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) methods. For dynamic techniques, the motion is obtained from a sinusoidal fit of the image phase at multiple, uniformly spaced relative phase offsets, ϕ, between the motion and the motion encoding gradients (MEGs)...

    Huifang Wanget al. Optimized motion estimation for MRE data with reduced motion encodes

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