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17 Jones, J. and Malik, J. (1992) A computational framework for determining stereo correspondence from a set of linear spatial filters
 

Summary: 17 Jones, J. and Malik, J. (1992) A computational framework for
determining stereo correspondence from a set of linear spatial filters
Proc. Eur. Conference on Computer Vision, Genova, Italy, pp. 395410
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Source: Andersen, Richard - Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine