@InProceedings{Sara-ELMAR-2010,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 31 Jan 2011 },
  UPDATE  = { 2010-10-19 },
  author =	 {{\v S}{\'a}ra, Radim },
  title =	 {How To Teach Stereoscopic Matching?},
  year =	 {2010},
  pages =	 {445-453},
  booktitle =	 {ELMAR 2010: Proceedings 52th International Symposium
                  ELMAR-2010},
  editor =	 {Grgi{\'c}, Mislav and Bo{\v z}ek, Jelena and Grgi{\'c},
                  Sonja },
  publisher =	 {Croatian Society Electronics in Marine -- ELMAR },
  address =	 {Zadar, Croatia },
  isbn =	 {978-953-7044-11-4},
  book_pages =	 {488},
  month =	 {September},
  day =		 {15-17},
  venue =	 {Zadar, Croatia},
  organization = {IEEE},
  annote =	 {This paper describes a simple but non-trivial
    semi-dense stereoscopic matching algorithm that could be taught in
    Computer Vision courses. The description is meant to be
    instructive and accessible to the student. The level of detail is
    sufficient for a student to understand all aspects of the
    algorithm design and to make his/her own modifications. The paper
    includes the core parts of the algorithm in C code. We make the
    point of explaining the algorithm so that all steps are derived
    from first principles in a clear and lucid way. A simple method is
    described that helps encourage the student to benchmark his/her
    own improvements of the algorithm.},
  keywords =	 {computer vision, stereoscopic matching},
  prestige =	 {international},
  authorship =	 {100},
  project =	 {MSM6840770012},
}