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Emulation of Anti-alias Filtering in Vision Based Motion Mmeasurement
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Emulation of Anti-alias Filtering in Vision Based Motion Mmeasurement
Kim, Jung-Hyun;
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This paper presents a method, Exposure Controlled Temporal Filtering (ECF), applied to visual motion tracking, that can cancel the temporal aliasing of periodic vibrations of cameras and fluctuations in illumination through the control of exposure time. We first present a theoretical analysis of the exposure induced image time integration process and how it samples sensor impingent light that is periodically fluctuating. Based on this analysis we develop a simple method to cancel high frequency vibrations that are temporally aliased onto sampled image sequences and thus to subsequent motion tracking measurements. Simulations and experiments using the 'Center of Gravity' and Normalized Cross-Correlation motion tracking methods were performed on a microscopic motion tracking system to validate the analytical predictions.
motion tracking;anti-aliasing;image stabilization;image vibration;motion estimation;motion filtering;video stabilization;visual servoing;
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