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Unformatted text preview: CS556: HOMEWORK 1 due 01/20/2010 Write a code for 1) Detecting Harris-affine corners in an image, by 1.1) Detecting multiscale Harris points, 1.2) Automatically selecting the scale of each detection, 1.3) Fitting an ellipse to each image region occupied by a Harris corner, 2) Computing their rotation and scale invariant DAISY descriptors, based on the ellipses identified in the previous step, 3) Matching Harris-affine corners detected in two images showing the same scene, by finding for each point in image 1 another point in image 2 with the smallest Euclidean distance of their associated rotation and scale invariant DAISY descriptors. Your report should include the following: • (10pts) Introduction – Copy and paste the above problem statement. There is no need to present the abstract, overview and motivation of the approach. • (20pts) Literature Review – Briefly describe in one-two sentences two interest-point detectors, beyond Harris corners. Cite the appropriate literature. What are the advantages and disadvantages of theseHarris corners....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2010 for the course CS 261 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oregon State.
- Spring '08