Thomas Chaperon

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This paper presents a new method for extracting cylinders from an unorganized set of 3D points. The originality of this approach is to separate the extraction problem into two distinct steps. The first step consists in extracting a constrained plane in the Gaussian image. This yields a subset of 3D points along with a direction. In the second step,(More)
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We present a new method for solving the problem of camera pose and calibration from a limited number of correspondences between noisy 2D and 3D features. We show that the probabilistic estimation problem can be expressed as a partially linear problem, where point and line correspondences are mixed using a common formulation. Our Sampling-Solving algorithm(More)
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