Deeply Supervised Depth Map Super-Resolution as Novel View Synthesis

27 Aug 2018Xibin SongYuchao DaiXueying Qin

Deep convolutional neural network (DCNN) has been successfully applied to depth map super-resolution and outperforms existing methods by a wide margin. However, there still exist two major issues with these DCNN based depth map super-resolution methods that hinder the performance: i) The low-resolution depth maps either need to be up-sampled before feeding into the network or substantial deconvolution has to be used; and ii) The supervision (high-resolution depth maps) is only applied at the end of the network, thus it is difficult to handle large up-sampling factors, such as $\times 8, \times 16$... (read more)

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