Abstract

Focus measure plays a fundamental role in the shape from focus technique. In this Letter, we suggest a focus measure in the S-transform domain that is based on the energy of high-frequency components. A localized spectrum by using variable window size provides a more accurate method of measuring image sharpness as compared to other focus measures proposed in spectral domains. An optimal focus measure is obtained by selecting an appropriate frequency-dependent window width. The performance of the proposed focus measure is compared with those of existing focus measures in terms of three-dimensional shape recovery. Experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed focus measure.

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