A Multi-Body Factorization Method for Motion Analysis

  title={A Multi-Body Factorization Method for Motion Analysis},
  author={Jo{\~a}o Paulo Costeira and Takeo Kanade},
The structure-from-motion problem has been extensively studied in the field of computer vision. Yet, the bulk of the existing work assumes that the scene contains only a single moving object. The more realistic case where an unknown number of objects move in the scene has received little attention, especially for its theoretical treatment. In this paper we present a new method for separating and recovering the motion and shape of multiple independently moving objects in a sequence of images… CONTINUE READING
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