ABSTRACT This paper proposes an electronic image stabilization algorithm based on efficient block matching on the plane. This algorithm uses a hexagonal search algorithm, and uses the bit-planes to estimate and compensate for the translational motion between video sequences at the same time; As for the rotary motion vector generated in the video sequences, in order to highlight the intensity change of the image sequence, the algorithm firstly conducts Laplace transform for the reference frame, then select a number of characteristics at the image edge to make block matching with the current frame, calculate and compensate for the rotational movement that may exist finally. Through theoretical analysis and simula-tion, we prove that, as for a mixed translational and rotational motion video sequences, the proposed algorithm can reduce required time for block matching computation ,while improving the accuracy of the electronic image stabilization.
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L. Fang and Q. Xiaozhen, "An Electronic Image Stabilization Algorithm Based on Efficient Block Matching on the Bitplane," Open Journal of Applied Sciences, Vol. 3 No. 1, 2013, pp. 1-5. doi: 10.4236/ojapps.2013.31B001.
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