Model-based Stereo Imaging for Estimating the Biomass of Live Fish

  • R. D. Tillett
  • J. A. Lines
  • D. Chan
  • N. J. B. McFarlane
  • L. G. Ross


Training Image Stereo Image Stereo Pair Stereo Camera Landmark Point 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. D. Tillett
  • J. A. Lines
  • D. Chan
  • N. J. B. McFarlane
  • L. G. Ross

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