Linear Structure from Motion Linear Structure from Motion

@inproceedings{Thomas1994LinearSF,
  title={Linear Structure from Motion Linear Structure from Motion},
  author={Inigo Thomas and Eero P. Simoncelli},
  year={1994}
}
Determining the structure of the world and the motion of the observer from image changes has been a central problem in computer vision for over fteen years. Since the early work on Structure from Motion (SFM) by Longuet{ Higgins 4] and Pradzny 6], several techniques have been developed to compute the motion of the camera, the shape of moving objects, or distances to points in the world. However, the image changes are non{linearly related to camera motion and distances to points in the world… CONTINUE READING

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