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- David Nistér, Henrik Stewénius
- IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer…
- 2006

A recognition scheme that scales efficiently to a large number of objects is presented. The efficiency and quality is exhibited in a live demonstration that recognizes CD-covers from a database of… (More)

- Marc Pollefeys, David Nistér, +16 authors Herman Towles
- International Journal of Computer Vision
- 2007

The paper presents a system for automatic, geo-registered, real-time 3D reconstruction from video of urban scenes. The system collects video streams, as well as GPS and inertia measurements in order… (More)

This paper presents a novel version of the five-point relative orientation algorithm given in Nistér (2004). The name of the algorithm arises from the fact that it can operate even on the minimal… (More)

- David Nistér, Henrik Stewénius
- ECCV
- 2008

In this paper we present a new algorithm for computing Maximally Stable Extremal Regions (MSER), as invented by Matas et al. The standard algorithm makes use of a union-find data structure and takes… (More)

In this paper we investigate the status of bundle adjustment as a component of a real-time camera tracking system and show that with current computing hardware a significant amount of bundle… (More)

- Henrik Stewénius, David Nistér, Fredrik Kahl, Frederik Schaffalitzky
- IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer…
- 2005

Assume that we have two perspective images with known intrinsic parameters except for an unknown common focal length. It is a minimally constrained problem to find the relative orientation between… (More)

- Henrik Stewénius, Frederik Schaffalitzky, David Nistér
- Tenth IEEE International Conference on Computer…
- 2005

We present a solution for optimal triangulation in three views. The solution is guaranteed to find the optimal solution because it computes all the stationary points of the (maximum likelihood)… (More)

- David Nistér, Henrik Stewénius
- Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision
- 2004

It is a well known classical result that given the image projections of three known world points it is possible to solve for the pose of a calibrated perspective camera to up to four pairs of… (More)

We present a method to obtain the solutions to the generalized 6-point relative pose problem. The problem is to find the relative positions of two generalized cameras so that six corresponding image… (More)

- Qingxiong Yang, Liang Wang, Ruigang Yang, Henrik Stewénius, David Nistér
- CVPR
- 2006