Online Indexing Structure for Big Image Data used for 3D Reconstruction

@inproceedings{Makantasis2016OnlineIS,
  title={Online Indexing Structure for Big Image Data used for 3D Reconstruction},
  author={Konstantinos Makantasis and Yannis Katsaros and Anastasios D. Doulamis and Matthaios Bimpas},
  booktitle={VISIGRAPP},
  year={2016}
}
One of the main characteristics of Internet era is the free and online availability of extremely large collections of images. Although the proliferation of millions of shared photos provide a unique opportunity for cultural heritage e-documentation, the main difficulty is that Internet image datasets are unstructured. For this reason, this paper aims to describe a new image indexing scheme with application in 3D reconstruction. The presented approach is capable, on the one hand to index images… 

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