Complementary Optic Flow on the GPU
The Euler-Lagrange (EL) framework is the most widely-used strategy for solving
variational optic flow methods. We present the first approach that solves the
EL equations of state-of-the-art methods on sequences with 640×480
pixels in near-realtime on GPUs. This performance is achieved by
combining two ideas:
Welcome to the supplementary material page for our paper A Highly Efficient GPU Implementation for Variational Optic Flow Based on the Euler-Lagrange Framework which has been published at the ECCV Workshop for Computer Vision with GPUs. It constitutes a revised version of Technical Report No. 267.
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