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Lunar impact crater modeling using trinocular stereoscopic depth inpainting

Abstract : In this paper a novel approach of stereoscopic depth inpainting is used to model lunar craters. In the case of lunar mission, the disparity map generation using stereoscopic images is limited by shadows inside impact craters. Impact craters are most important features on lunar surface but cannot be modeled using stereo cue alone. Taking into consideration the importance of crater modeling and limitations of stereo cue, we are proposing stereoscopic depth inpainting method as an additional method to model the lunar impact crater.
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Raghavendra Bhalerao, Shirish H. Gedam, Jyoti Joglekar, Andrés Almansa. Lunar impact crater modeling using trinocular stereoscopic depth inpainting. (ICIIP-2013) IEEE Second International Conference on Image Information Processing, Feb 2013, Waknaghat, India. ⟨10.1109/ICIIP.2013.6707543⟩. ⟨hal-02412133⟩



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