A Combined Corner and Edge Detector

@inproceedings{Harris1988ACC,
  title={A Combined Corner and Edge Detector},
  author={Christopher G. Harris and M. J. Stephens},
  booktitle={Alvey Vision Conference},
  year={1988}
}
The problem we are addressing in Alvey Project MMI149 is that of using computer vision to understand the unconstrained 3D world, in which the viewed scenes will in general contain too wide a diversity of objects for topdown recognition techniques to work. [] Key Method The solution to this problem that we are pursuing is to use a computer vision system based upon motion analysis of a monocular image sequence from a mobile camera. By extraction and tracking of image features, representations of the 3D…

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