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Based on this relationship, if we have to estimate the 'disparity error' of a stereo system which uses active light on the scene - can we estimate the disparity error to be very small? According to this the best performing algorithms have a sub-pixel disparity error, so can we assume using a structured / active light source in these cases to facilitate stereo-matching will result in reduced disparity error?

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