Title: Image Mosaicing Using Binary Edge Detection

Year of Publication: Apr - 2014
Page Numbers: 186-190
Authors: Inad Aljarrah, Abdullah Al-Amareen, Abdelrahman Idries and Osama Al-Khaleel
Conference Name: The International Conference on Computing Technology and Information Management (ICCTIM2014)
- United Arab Emirates


Image mosaicing (panoramic imaging) is a key concept in image processing field. Essentially, it works by combining two or more images by stitching them together so that they look as one image. The main issue in image mosaicing is the alignment between the corresponding points so that overlapping regions between combined images are not repeated. The aim of images mosaicing research is concentrated on solving problems arising through different image mosaicing techniques. In this paper, a new technique that uses the edge profile of images to determine the corresponding points, then the overlapping region and the connecting curve which will stitch the two images to create the resulting mosaic image is determined. The approach is simple and easy to implement but still delivers promising results.