Loong-Fah Cheong

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Low-rank matrix completion is a problem of immense practical importance. Recent works on the subject often use nuclear norm as a convex surrogate of the rank function. Despite its solid theoretical foundation, the convex version of the problem often fails to work satisfactorily in real-life applications. Real data often suffer from very few observations,(More)
Traditionally, the camera pose recovery problem has been formulated as one of estimating the optimal camera pose given a set of point correspondences. This critically depends on the accuracy of the point correspondences and would have problems in dealing with ambiguous features such as edge contours and high visual clutter. Joint estimation of camera pose(More)
In this paper, we explore how a visual system equipped with a pair of frontally-placed eyes/cameras can rapidly estimate egomotion and depths for the task of locomotion by exploiting the eye topography. We eschew the traditional approach of motion-stereo integration , as finding stereo correspondence is a com-putationally expensive operation. Instead, we(More)
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