A cost-benefit analysis of a third camera for stereo correspondence

@article{Dhond1991ACA,
  title={A cost-benefit analysis of a third camera for stereo correspondence},
  author={Umesh R. Dhond and Jake K. Aggarwal},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Vision},
  year={1991},
  volume={6},
  pages={39-58}
}
This paper looks at the twin issues of the gain in accuracy of stereo correspondence and the accompanying increase in computational cost due to the use of a third camera for stereo analysis. Trinocular stereo algorithms differ from binocular algorithms essentially in the epipolar constraint used in the local matching stage. The current literature does not provide any insight into the relative merits of binocular and trinocular stereo matching with the matching accuracy being verified aginst the… CONTINUE READING

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