Claire Jonchery

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In this paper, we propose a global method for estimating the motion of a camera which films a static scene. Our approach is direct, fast and robust, and deals with adjacent frames of a sequence. It is based on a quadratic approximation of the deformation between two images, in the case of a scene with constant depth in the camera coordinate system. This(More)
In this paper, we propose a global method for estimating the motion of a camera which films a static scene. Our approach is direct, fast and robust, and deals with adjacent frames of a sequence. It is based on a quadratic approximation of the deformation between two images, in the case of a scene with constant depth in the camera coordinate system. This(More)
This paper addresses the problem of the joint determination of camera motion parameters and scene depth information. A video sequence obtained by a one hand moving camera is the input. It is well known that the movement of a pixel between two consecutive images depends on the motion parameters and also on the depth of the projected point. Based on a camera(More)
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