Multi-scale Cross-form Pyramid Network for Stereo Matching

25 Apr 2019  ·  Zhidong Zhu, Mingyi He, Yuchao Dai, Zhibo Rao, Bo Li ·

Stereo matching plays an indispensable part in autonomous driving, robotics and 3D scene reconstruction. We propose a novel deep learning architecture, which called CFP-Net, a Cross-Form Pyramid stereo matching network for regressing disparity from a rectified pair of stereo images. The network consists of three modules: Multi-Scale 2D local feature extraction module, Cross-form spatial pyramid module and Multi-Scale 3D Feature Matching and Fusion module. The Multi-Scale 2D local feature extraction module can extract enough multi-scale features. The Cross-form spatial pyramid module aggregates the context information in different scales and locations to form a cost volume. Moreover, it is proved to be more effective than SPP and ASPP in ill-posed regions. The Multi-Scale 3D feature matching and fusion module is proved to regularize the cost volume using two parallel 3D deconvolution structure with two different receptive fields. Our proposed method has been evaluated on the Scene Flow and KITTI datasets. It achieves state-of-the-art performance on the KITTI 2012 and 2015 benchmarks.

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