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Learning Intra-view and Cross-view Geometric Knowledge for Stereo Matching

Rui Gong · Weide Liu · ZAIWANG GU · Xulei Yang · Jun Cheng

Arch 4A-E Poster #116
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Fri 21 Jun 10:30 a.m. PDT — noon PDT

Abstract: Geometric knowledge has been shown to be beneficial for the stereo matching task. However, prior attempts to integrate geometric insights into stereo matching algorithms have largely focused on geometric knowledge from single images while crucial cross-view factors such as occlusion and matching uniqueness have been overlooked. To address this gap, we propose a novel Intra-view and Cross-view Geometric knowledge learning Network (ICGNet), specifically crafted to assimilate both intra-view and cross-view geometric knowledge. ICGNet harnesses the power of interest points to serve as a channel for intra-view geometric understanding. Simultaneously, it employs the correspondences among these points to capture cross-view geometric relationships. This dual incorporation empowers the proposed ICGNet to leverage both intra-view and cross-view geometric knowledge in its learning process, substantially improving its ability to estimate disparities. Our extensive experiments demonstrate the superiority of the ICGNet over contemporary leading models and it ranks $1^{st}$ on the KITTI 2015 benchmark among all published methods.

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