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COMP0005 Algorithms Coursework 2
1. When our eyes view a scene, the left and right eyes see slightly different things. The
left and right images are known as a stereo pair. By matching corresponding points
in the two images, we are able to infer depth. The attached
paper http://www.bmva.org/bmvc/1992/bmvc-92-035.pdf proposes using a
dynamic programming algorithm to perform stereo matching. Implement the
algorithm. Please note first the following points:
• We will only focus our study on grayscale images, i.e. only one scalar value by
pixel (pixel intensity). Therefore, vectors and matrices collapse to scalar values in
that specific case (specifically, the covariance matrix becomes the variance).
• The algorithm given on page 341 will allow you to do the forward pass and thus
build the cost matrix. The parameters to tune the model are given in
the « Experimental Results » section. Be careful, you will need to store which of
the three costs (see paper) have been chosen for each i and j to reconstruct the
optimal match:
1] C(i-1,j-1)+c(z1i,z2j), i.e. pixels i and j do match;
2] C(i-1,j)+occlusion, i.e. pixel i is unmatched;
3] C(i,j-1)+occlusion, i.e. pixel j is unmatched.
You will need to implement the backward pass to infer depth. This part is not documented
in the paper but follow the following procedure:
Starting from i=M and j=N (and until i=0 and j=0), you will move along one of the
three arrows starting from the current point:
- going up: if pixel i is unmatched;
- going left: if pixel j is unmatched;
- going upper left: if pixels i and j match.
The distance between pixel i and j (if they match) is linked to the depth and is called
disparity. As an output of the algorithm, you should display the disparity map
(showing the disparity for each pixel).
To study the algorithm, create a synthetic random dot stereogram:
(i) create a 512x512 image A of random black and white pixels (0 and 255 as pixel
values),
(ii) create a second 256x256 image B of random black and white pixels (0 and 255 as
pixel values),
(iii) now create a left image L by placing the 256x256 image B into the 512x512
image A such that the top-left corner of the 256x256 image B starts at (124,128),
(iv) now create the right image R by placing the top-left corner of the 256x256
image B at (132,128).
You should apply the stereo matching algorithm on the pair of images (L,R).
Provide results for the additional images provided here as well.
- Why do matching errors occur for the binary random dot stereograms?
- Investigate how the algorithm performs on other images as the occlusion cost is
varied.
- For string matching, what is the equivalent of occlusion?

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