Interpretation of Visual Motion: A Computational Study provides an information processing point of view to the phenomenon of visual motion.
This book discusses the computational theory formulated for recovering the scene from monocular visual motion, determining the local geometry and rigid body motion of surfaces from spatio-temporal parameters of visual motion. This compilation also provides a theoretical and computational framework for future research on visual motion, both in human vision and machine vision areas. Other topics include the computation of image flow from intensity derivatives, instantaneous image flow due to rigid motion, time and space-time derivatives of image flow, and estimation of maximum absolute error.
This publication is recommended for professionals and non-specialists intending to acquire knowledge of visual motion.