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PAG-Net: Progressive Attention Guided Depth Super-resolution Network

by   Arpit Bansal, et al.

In this paper, we propose a novel method for the challenging problem of guided depth map super-resolution, called PAGNet. It is based on residual dense networks and involves the attention mechanism to suppress the texture copying problem arises due to improper guidance by RGB images. The attention module mainly involves providing the spatial attention to guidance image based on the depth features. We evaluate the proposed trained models on test dataset and provide comparisons with the state-of-the-art depth super-resolution methods.


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