IS = { zkontrolovano 13 Dec 2007 },
  UPDATE  = { 2007-07-24 },
 author =      {Kostliv{\'a}, Jana and {\v C}ech, Jan and {\v S}{\'a}ra, Radim},
 title =       {Feasibility Boundary in Dense and Semi-Dense Stereo Matching},
 year =        {2007},
 pages =       {8},
 booktitle =   {BenCOS 2007: CVPR Workshop Towards Benchmarking
                Automated Calibration, Orientation and Surface
                Reconstruction from Images},
 publisher =   {Omnipress},
 address =     {Madison, USA},
 isbn =        {1-4244-1180-7},
 month =       {June},
 day =         {23},
 venue =       {Minneapolis, USA},
 organization ={IEEE},
 annote = {In stereo literature, there is no standard method for
   evaluating algorithms for semi-dense stereo matching. Moreover,
   existing evaluations for dense methods require a fixed parameter
   setting for the tested algorithms. In this paper, we propose a
   method that overcomes these drawbacks and still is able to compare
   algorithms based on a simple numerical value, so that reporting
   results does not take up much space in a paper. We propose
   evaluation of stereo algorithms based on Receiver Operating
   Characteristics (ROC) which captures both errors and sparsity. By
   comparing ROC curves of all tested algorithms we obtain the
   Feasibility Boundary, the best possible performance achieved by a
   set of tested stereo algorithms, which allows stereo algorithm
   users to select the proper method and parameter setting for a
   required application.},
 keywords =    {stereo, matching, semi-dense, ROC, evaluation, 
                error, rate, sparsity, density, feasibility, 
                boundary, algorithm, parameters},
 prestige =    {international},
 authorship =  {34-33-33},
 project =     {1ET101210406, FP6-IST-027113, MRTN-CT-2004-005439, 
                Dur IG2003-2 062},
 psurl = {[PDF] },
 note =        {CD-ROM, Best Paper Award},