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Images of time-of-flight scene depth (left), TOF pseudocolor depth (middle), and TOF pseudocolor depth (right), obtained by removing distance ambiguity. Based on the proposed depth ambiguity elimination approach, non-ambiguity parts are retained, enabling better understanding of scene information by using the proposed supervised preserving projection. For details, see Wang et al., pp. 5279-5288.
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