Comparative Evaluation of Random Forest and Fern Classifiers for Real-Time Feature Matching

Authors: Iñigo Barandiaran and Charlotte Cottez and Céline Paloc and Manuel Graña

Date: 01.02.2009

Selected Readings in computer graphics


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Abstract

Feature or keypoint matching is a critical task in many computer vision applications, such as optical 3D reconstruction or optical markerless tracking. These applications demand very accurate and fast matching techniques. We present an evaluation and comparison of two keypoint matching strategies based on supervised classification for markerless tracking of planar surfaces. We have applied these approaches on an augmented reality prototype for indoor and outdoor design review.

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@Article {
author = {Iñigo Barandiaran and Charlotte Cottez and Céline Paloc and Manuel Graña},
title = {Comparative Evaluation of Random Forest and Fern Classifiers for Real-Time Feature Matching},
journal = {Selected Readings in computer graphics},
pages = {418-427},
volume = {19},
keywds = {
Feature matching, Tracking by Detection, Augmented Reality.
}
abstract = {
Feature or keypoint matching is a critical task in many computer vision applications, such as optical 3D reconstruction or optical markerless tracking. These applications demand very accurate and fast matching techniques. We present an evaluation and comparison of two keypoint matching strategies based on supervised classification for markerless tracking of planar surfaces. We have applied these approaches on an augmented reality prototype for indoor and outdoor design review.
}
date = {2009-02-01},
year = {2009},
}
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