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CVPR
2008
IEEE
14 years 8 months ago
What can missing correspondences tell us about 3D structure and motion?
Practically all existing approaches to structure and motion computation use only positive image correspondences to verify the camera pose hypotheses. Incorrect epipolar geometries...
Christopher Zach, Arnold Irschara, Horst Bischof
ICCV
2007
IEEE
14 years 8 months ago
What Can Casual Walkers Tell Us About A 3D Scene?
An approach for incremental learning of a 3D scene from a single static video camera is presented in this paper. In particular, we exploit the presence of casual people walking in...
Diego Rother, Kedar A. Patwardhan, Guillermo Sapir...
ICCV
2011
IEEE
12 years 6 months ago
Automated Articulated Structure and 3D Shape Recovery from Point Correspondences
In this paper we propose a new method for the simultaneous segmentation and 3D reconstruction of interest point based articulated motion. We decompose a set of point tracks into r...
Joao Fayad, Chris Russell, Lourdes Agapito
ECCV
2010
Springer
13 years 11 months ago
 5D Motion Subspaces for Planar Motions
In practice, rigid objects often move on a plane. The object then rotates around a fixed axis and translates in a plane orthogonal to this axis. For a concrete example, think of a ...
Roland Angst, Marc Pollefeys