An empirical study on the effects of spatial discretization error in a stereo vision system

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considered the case in which the images are in the same imaging plane and the optical axes of the two images are parallel. The triangulation error is inversely proportional to the product of baseline x focal length. At a given focal length, a wider baseline reduces triangulation error but increases both geometric and photometric distortions in images which… (More)
DOI: 10.5244/C.4.48

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@inproceedings{Chan1990AnES, title={An empirical study on the effects of spatial discretization error in a stereo vision system}, author={Kap Luk Chan and Andrew K. Forrest}, booktitle={BMVC}, year={1990} }