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Proceedings of OCEANS 2005 MTS/IEEE
This paper presents a method for the automatic creation of 2D mosaics of the sea floor, using video sequences acquired at different altitudes above the sea floor. The benefit of using different altitude sequences comes from the fact that higher altitude sequences can be used to guide the motion estimation of the lower ones, thus increasing the robustness and efficiency of the mosaicing process. Illustrative results are presented using sequences of the same coral reef patch, captured with adoi:10.1109/oceans.2005.1639933 fatcat:uj4y3tvrzbbmvnuru27ye4xta4