Robust and fast computation of unbiased intensity derivatives in images
In this paper we develop high order non-biased spatial derivative operators, with subpixel accuracy. Our approach is discrete and provides a way to obtain some of the spatio-temporal parameters from an image sequence. In this paper we concentrate on spatial parameters.
KeywordsEuler Equation Discrete Case Optimal Filter Output Noise Edge Curvature
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