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@@ -194,10 +194,10 @@ \section{Disparity Map Initialization}
from sub-sampled images (\texttt{corr-seed-mode 1}) or skipping it
altogether (\texttt{corr-seed-mode 0}), is to compute it from a
lower-resolution DEM of the area (\texttt{corr-seed-mode 2}). In this
-situation, the DEM needs to be specified together with its estimated
+situation, the low-resolution DEM needs to be specified together with its estimated
error. See section \ref{corr_section} for more detailed information as
to how to specify these options. In our experiments, if the input DEM
-has a resolution of 1 km, a good value of the DEM error is about 10 m,
+has a resolution of 1 km, a good value for the DEM error is about 10 m,
or higher if the terrain is very variable.
\subsection{Debugging Disparity Map Initialization}
@@ -143,8 +143,8 @@ \section{Correlation}\label{corr_section}
approach. Our implementation cannot search infinitely into lower
resolutions due to its independent and tiled nature. This
low-resolution disparity seed is a good hybrid approach.
- \item[2 - Low-resolution disparity from an input DEM] - Use a DEM together with an estimated
- value for its error to compute a low-resolution disparity, which will then be used
+ \item[2 - Low-resolution disparity from an input DEM] - Use a lower-resolution DEM together with an estimated
+ value for its error to compute the low-resolution disparity, which will then be used
to find the full-resolution disparity as above. These quantities
can be specified via the options \texttt{disparity-estimation-dem}
and \texttt{disparity-estimation-dem-error} respectively.

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