Feb. 8, 2024, 5:47 a.m. | Iago Su\'arez Ghesn Sfeir Jos\'e M. Buenaposada Luis Baumela

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Efficient matching of local image features is a fundamental task in many computer vision applications. However, the real-time performance of top matching algorithms is compromised in computationally limited devices, such as mobile phones or drones, due to the simplicity of their hardware and their finite energy supply. In this paper we introduce BEBLID, an efficient learned binary image descriptor. It improves our previous real-valued descriptor, BELID, making it both more efficient for matching and more accurate. To this end we …

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