Modelling the stereovision-correspondence-analysis task by lateral inhibition in accumulative computation problem-solving method.
Fernández Caballero, Antonio
López Valles, José María
Delgado García, Ana Esperanza
Mira Mira, José
López Bonal, María Teresa
Fernández Graciani, Miguel Ángel
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Recently, the Algorithmic Lateral Inhibition (ALI) method and the Accumulative Computation (AC) method have proven to be efficient in modelling at the knowledge level for general-motion-detection tasks in video sequences. More precisely, the task of persistent motion detection has been widely expressed by means of the AC method, whereas the ALI method has been used with the objective of moving objects detection, labelling and further tracking. This paper exploits the current knowledge of our research team on the mentioned problem-solving methods to model the Stereovision-Correspondence-Analysis (SCA) task. For this purpose, ALI and AC methods are combined into the Lateral Inhibition in Accumulative Computation (LIAC) method. The four basic subtasks, namely ?LIAC 2D Charge-Memory Calculation?, ?LIAC 2D Charge-Disparity Analysis? and ?LIAC 3D Charge-Memory Calculation? in our proposal of SCA are described in detail by inferential CommonKADS schemes. It is shown that the LIAC method may perfectly be used to solve a complex task based on motion information inherent to binocular video sequences.