Automated Placement of Cameras in a Floorplan to Satisfy Task-Specific Constraints

  title={Automated Placement of Cameras in a Floorplan to Satisfy Task-Specific Constraints},
  author={Ugur Murat Erdem and Stan Sclaroff},
In many multi-camera vision systems the effect of camera locations on the task-specific quality of service is ignored. Researchers in Computational Geometry have proposed elegant solutions for some sensor location problem classes. Unfortunately, these solutions utilize unrealistic assumptions about the cameras’ capabilities that make these algorithms unsuitable for many real-world computer vision applications: unlimited field of view, infinite depth of field, and/or infinite servo precision and… CONTINUE READING


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