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2021 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME)
The depth maps captured by RGB-D cameras usually are of low resolution, entailing recent efforts to develop depth super-resolution (DSR) methods. However, several problems remain in existing DSR methods. First, conventional DSR methods often suffer from unexpected artifacts. Secondly, high-resolution (HR) RGB features and low-resolution (LR) depth features are often fused in shallow layers only. Thirdly, only the last layer of features is used for reconstruction. To address the above problems,doi:10.1109/icme51207.2021.9428096 fatcat:5jubanzrxzbwlkm55mftf45jki