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Motion Estimation Using the Differential Epipolar Equation

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Motion Estimation Using the Differential Epipolar Equation
We consider the motion estimation problem in the case of very closely spaced views. We revisit the differential epipolar equation providing an interpretation of it. On the basis of this interpretation we introduce a cost function to estimate the parameters of the differential epipolar equation, which enables us to compute the camera extrinsics and some intrinsics. In the synthetic tests performed we compare this continuous method with traditional discrete motion estimation and contrary to previous findings [6] cannot perceive any computational advantage for the continuous method.
Luis Baumela, Lourdes de Agapito, Ian D. Reid, P.
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Type Conference
Year 2000
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Authors Luis Baumela, Lourdes de Agapito, Ian D. Reid, P. Bustos
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