Pictorial Representation of Loopy Belief Propagation Message Passing for Stereo Matching
figureposted on 11.08.2020 by James Cooper
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Pictorial representation of the concept behind Loopy Belief Propagation for Stereo Matching. The symbols in the central cell refer to sum-product Belief Propagation, one of the earliest and mostly widely discussed forms of Belief Propagation. Each cell sends a new message to its neighbouring cells at each iteration after in turn having received and processed new messages from the neighbours in the previous iteration. The outgoing message to a given neighbour is computed from the information received from the other neighbours previously, represented here by the three thin and one fat arrow.
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