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Global Motion Compensation is one of the key technologies for aerial image processing e.g. to detect moving objects on the ground or to generate a mosaick image of the observed area. For this task, it is necessary to estimate and compensate the motion of the pixels between the recorded frames evoked by the movement of the camera. As the camera is statically attached to a flying device such as a quadrocopter (also called Micro Air Vehicle, MAV) or a helicopter, the motion of the camera directlydoi:10.1109/cvprw.2011.5981678 dblp:conf/cvpr/MunderlohMO11 fatcat:knq6xa2tlzdq7bb6t54xhcjrra