Illumination and View Position in 3D Visual Recognition

Part of Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 4 (NIPS 1991)

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Amnon Shashua


It is shown that both changes in viewing position and illumination con(cid:173) ditions can be compensated for, prior to recognition, using combinations of images taken from different viewing positions and different illumina(cid:173) tion conditions. It is also shown that, in agreement with psychophysical findings, the computation requires at least a sign-bit image as input - contours alone are not sufficient.