Florian Bugarin

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The fundamental matrix can be estimated from point matches. The current gold standard is to bootstrap the eight-point algorithm and two-view projective bundle adjustment. The eight-point algorithm first computes a simple linear least squares solution by minimizing an algebraic cost and then projects the result to the closest rank-deficient matrix. We(More)
We consider the problem of globally minimizing the sum of many rational functions over a given compact semialgebraic set. The number of terms can be large (10 to 100), the degree of each term should be small (up to 10), and the number of variables can be large (10 to 100) provided some kind of sparsity is present. We describe a formulation of the rational(More)
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