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An Image Stitching System using Featureless Registration and Minimal Blending Ch.Rajesh Kumar *,N.Nikhita *,Santosh Roy *,V.V.S.Murthy **

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Image stitching is useful for a variety of tasks in vision and computer graphics. This paper presents a complete system for stitching a sequence of still images with some amount of overlapping between every two successive images. There are 3 contributions in this paper. First is a featureless registration method which handles rotation and translation between the images using phase correlation even under blur and noise. The second is an efficient method of stitching of registered images. It removes the redundancy of pasting pixels in the overlapped regions between the images with the help of an empty canvas. The third contribution is a blending approach to remove the seams in the stitched output image and preserve the quality close to reality

Topics: Image Stitching, Phase Correlation, Registration, Rotation, Translation
Year: 2014
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