Multispectral Image Registration of Historical ArtefactsPP

Multispectral imaging captures images illuminated at wavelengths from ultraviolet to infrared to recover hidden features. Images acquired at different times or of a moving object must be registered. This is challenging due to inconsistent lighting and the sporadic appearance of features across wavelengths. Therefore, feature-based and intensity-based methods often fail. Three registration techniques based on the mean squared differences measure, mutual information and phase-correlation were evaluated and compared for registering affine distortions in multispectral images.

This is poster number 60 in Poster Session

Cerys Jones (UCL)
Adam Gibson (UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering)
Melissa Terras (College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Edinburgh)
Michael Toth (R.B.Toth Associates)
image registration, multispectral imaging