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EFFICIE1 T PLA1 E DETECTIO1 FROM A SI1 GLE MOVI1 G CAMERA

@inproceedings{Bouchafa2009EFFICIE1TP,
  title={EFFICIE1 T PLA1 E DETECTIO1 FROM A SI1 GLE MOVI1 G CAMERA},
  author={Samia Bouchafa and Antoine Patri and Bertrand Zavidovique},
  year={2009}
}
This paper deals with the detection of any kind of parameterized surface without camera calibration or a priori knowledge about the vehicle egomotion. We assume in this first study that the 3D scene is a set of 3D planes that we propose to detect exploiting iso-velocity curves bound to an estimated optical flow. We believe that cumulative approaches based on a voting scheme are very efficient in making more robust the detection and cooping with optical flow imprecision. Therefore, we design a… 

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