Enhancement of Temperature Feature as a Result of Double Source Image Fusion

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In this paper a double source images fusion algorithm is presented. Its task is to enhance temperature feature of objects located on the scene. Presented solution is design to be executed in real-time environment. It consists of three stages: in the first part the differences between acquired double source images are examined in order to determine their intersection. Then for each analysed image the contours of all objects located on the scene are determined. This operation is essential to solve disparition issue. In the last stage, based on determined contours and their match coefficient the images are fused. The enhanced temperature feature is displayed on one image acquired from day-light camera.

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