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Lookup NU author(s): Dr Amir Atapour AbarghoueiORCiD
This is the authors' accepted manuscript of a book chapter that has been published in its final definitive form by Springer, 2019.
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Even though obtaining 3D information has received significant attention in scene capture systems in recent years, there are currently numerous challenges within scene depth estimation which is one of the fundamental parts of any 3D vision system focusing on RGB-D images. This has lead to the creation of an area of research where the goal is to complete the missing 3D information post capture. In many downstream applications, incomplete scene depth is of limited value, and thus, techniques are required to fill the holes that exist in terms of both missing depth and colour scene information. An analogous problem exists within the scope of scene filling post object removal in the same context. Although considerable research has resulted in notable progress in the synthetic expansion or reconstruction of missing colour scene information in both statistical and structural forms, work on the plausible completion of missing scene depth is contrastingly limited. Furthermore, recent advances in machine learning using deep neural networks have enabled complete depth estimation in a monocular or stereo framework circumnavigating the need for any completion post-processing, hence increasing both efficiency and functionality. In this chapter, a brief overview of the advances in the state-of-the-art approaches within RGB-D completion is presented while noting related solutions in the space of traditional texture synthesis and colour image completion for hole filling. Recent advances in employing learning-based techniques for this and related depth estimation tasks are also explored and presented.
Author(s): Atapour-Abarghouei A, Breckon TP
Editor(s): Paul L. Rosin, Yu-Kun Lai, Ling Shao, Yonghuai Liu
Publication type: Book Chapter
Publication status: Published
Book Title: RGB-D Image Analysis and Processing
Online publication date: 27/10/2019
Acceptance date: 17/06/2019
Series Title: Advances in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
Place Published: Cham
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