This paper addresses the problem of semi-automatic image registration on planetary images. A joint feature-based and area-based approach is proposed. Firstly, the most relevant craters are extracted from the two images to register, and then, registration is performed in two steps. The first step matches the craters extracted from the images based on a generalized Hausdorff distance. In the second step, the mutual information between the two images is maximized to achieve high registration accuracy. Craters are detected by a stochastic-geometry approach based on a marked point process model and of a multiple-birth-and-cut energy minimization algorithm. The experimental validation is carried out with 13 images for the crater extraction stage, and with 20 semi-synthetic pairs of images with ground truth and several images extracted from actual multitemporal lunar scenes for the registration phase.
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|Titolo:||Planetary crater detection and registration using marked point processes, graph cut algorithms, and wavelet transforms|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 - Contributo in atti di convegno|