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Generalized Rank Conditions in Multiple View Geometry with Applications to Dynamical Scenes

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Generalized Rank Conditions in Multiple View Geometry with Applications to Dynamical Scenes
In this paper, the geometry of a general class of projections from ??? to ?! is examined, as a generalization of classic multiple view geometry in computer vision. It is shown that geometric constraints that govern multiple images of hyperplanes in ? ? , as well as any incidence conditions among these hyperplanes (such as inclusion, intersection, and restriction), can be systematically captured through certain rank conditions on the so-called multiple view matrix. All constraints known or unknown in computer vision for the projection from ?" to ? ? are simply instances of this result. It certainly simplifies current efforts to extending classic multiple view geometry to dynamical scenes. It also reveals that since most new constraints in spaces of higher dimension are nonlinear, the rank conditions are a natural replacement for the traditional multilinear analysis. We also demonstrate that the rank conditions encode extremely rich information about dynamical scenes and they give r...
Kun Huang, Robert M. Fossum, Yi Ma
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where ECCV
Authors Kun Huang, Robert M. Fossum, Yi Ma
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