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CVIU
2008
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10 years 1 months ago
Recovering epipolar direction from two affine views of a planar object
The mainstream approach to estimate epipolar geometry from two views requires matching the projections of at least 4 non-coplanar points in the scene, assuming a full projective c...
Maria Alberich-Carramiñana, Guillem Aleny&a...
ACIVS
2006
Springer
10 years 5 months ago
Affine Epipolar Direction from Two Views of a Planar Contour
Most approaches to camera motion estimation from image sequences require matching the projections of at least 4 non-coplanar points in the scene. The case of points lying on a plan...
Maria Alberich-Carramiñana, Guillem Aleny&a...
CVPR
1999
IEEE
11 years 3 months ago
Estimation of Epipolar Geometry from Apparent Contours: Affine and Circular Motion Cases
This paper addresses the problem of estimating the epipolar geometry from apparent contours in two special cases: under weak perspective and for circular motion. An appropriate pa...
Paulo R. S. Mendonça, Roberto Cipolla
ICIAP
2003
ACM
11 years 1 months ago
View synthesis from uncalibrated images using parallax
This work deals with the view synthesis problem, i.e., how to generate snapshots of a scene taken from a "virtual" viewpoint different from all the viewpoints of the rea...
Andrea Fusiello, Stefano Caldrer, Sara Ceglie, Nik...
PAMI
2006
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10 years 1 months ago
Robust Structure and Motion from Outlines of Smooth Curved Surfaces
: This article addresses the problem of estimating the motion of a camera as it observes the outline (or apparent contour) of a solid bounded by a smooth surface in successive imag...
Yasutaka Furukawa, Amit Sethi, Jean Ponce, David J...
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