Variational Separation of Light Field Layers


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JOHANNSEN, Ole, Antonin SULC, Bastian GOLDLÜCKE, 2015. Variational Separation of Light Field Layers. VMV 2015 : Vision, Modeling and Visualization. Aachen, 7. Okt 2015 - 10. Okt 2015. In: BOMMES, David, ed. and others. VMV 2015 : Vision, Modeling & Visualization. VMV 2015 : Vision, Modeling and Visualization. Aachen, 7. Okt 2015 - 10. Okt 2015. Goslar:The Eurographics Association, pp. 135-142. ISBN 978-3-905674-95-8

@inproceedings{Johannsen2015Varia-32944, title={Variational Separation of Light Field Layers}, year={2015}, doi={10.2312/vmv.20151268}, isbn={978-3-905674-95-8}, address={Goslar}, publisher={The Eurographics Association}, booktitle={VMV 2015 : Vision, Modeling & Visualization}, pages={135--142}, editor={Bommes, David}, author={Johannsen, Ole and Sulc, Antonin and Goldlücke, Bastian} }

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