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Image mosaicing constructs a wide field-of-view result from multiple source frames. In order to ensure a perceptually correct result, mosaicing typically requires either a planar or near-planar scene, parallax-free camera motion between source frames, or a dense sampling of the scene. When these conditions are not satisfied, various artifacts may result. A novel mosaicing approach is introduced that overcomes these limitations, building on the techniques of image-based rendering and manifolddoi:10.5244/c.21.36 dblp:conf/bmvc/ZhiC07 fatcat:fgjmy576sjc5lgjzmofxwau3pa