Carmina et fragmenta by HERMANN, G.

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One of the main weaknesses of Lowe’s algorithm is the use of just a simple probabilistic hypothesis rejection stage, which cannot successful reduce the number of false positives. Loncomilla and Ruiz-del-Solar (L&R) propose a system that reduces largely the number of false positives by using several hypothesis rejection stages [15][21]. This includes a fast probabilistic hypothesis rejection stage, a linear correlation verification stage, a geometrical distortion verification stage, a pixel correlation verification stage, a transformation fusion procedure, and the use of the RANSAC algorithm and a semi-local constraints test.

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