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CVPR
2011
IEEE
8 years 11 months ago
A Brute-Force Algorithm for Reconstructing a Scene from Two Projections
Is the real problem in finding the relative orientation of two viewpoints the correspondence problem? We argue that this is only one difficulty. Even with known correspondences,...
Olof Enqvist, Fangyuan Jiang, Fredrik Kahl
SIGIR
2011
ACM
8 years 10 months ago
No free lunch: brute force vs. locality-sensitive hashing for cross-lingual pairwise similarity
This work explores the problem of cross-lingual pairwise similarity, where the task is to extract similar pairs of documents across two different languages. Solutions to this pro...
Ferhan Ture, Tamer Elsayed, Jimmy J. Lin
WEWORC
2007
162views Cryptology» more  WEWORC 2007»
9 years 9 months ago
New Attacks on the Stream Cipher TPy6 and Design of New Ciphers the TPy6-A and the TPy6-B
The stream ciphers Py, Pypy and Py6 were designed by Biham and Seberry for the ECRYPT-eSTREAM project in 2005. The ciphers were promoted to the ‘Focus’ ciphers of the Phase II ...
Gautham Sekar, Souradyuti Paul, Bart Preneel
ICCV
2001
IEEE
10 years 9 months ago
Affine 3-D Reconstruction from Two Projective Images of Independently Translating Planes
Consider two views of a multi-body scene consisting of planar bodies moving in pure translation one relative to the other. We show that the fundamental matrices, one per body, liv...
Lior Wolf, Amnon Shashua
CRV
2007
IEEE
129views Robotics» more  CRV 2007»
10 years 2 months ago
Wavelet-based Light Reconstruction from a Single Image
In this paper we propose a wavelet-based light representation. This representation is used for recovering illumination and reflectance of a scene with known geometry from a singl...
Cameron Upright, Dana Cobzas, Martin Jägersan...
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