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IET Image Processing
Depth maps are crucial for many visual applications, where they represent the positioning information of the objects in a three-dimensional scene. Usually, depth maps can be acquired via various devices, including Time of Flight, Kinect or light field camera, in practical applications. However, a brutal truth is that both intrinsic and extrinsic artefacts can be found in these depth maps which limits the prosperity of three-dimensional visual applications. In this study, the authors survey thedoi:10.1049/iet-ipr.2019.1622 fatcat:fe5szwvvprdspptvsviw2e4dym