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Optimal Reconstruction with a Small Number of Views

@article{Peng2017OptimalRW,
  title={Optimal Reconstruction with a Small Number of Views},
  author={C. Peng and Volkan Isler},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1704.00085}
}
Estimating positions of world points from features observed in images is a key problem in 3D reconstruction, image mosaicking, simultaneous localization and mapping and structure from motion. We consider a special instance in which there is a dominant ground plane $\mathcal{G}$ viewed from a parallel viewing plane $\mathcal{S}$ above it. Such instances commonly arise, for example, in aerial photography. Consider a world point $g \in \mathcal{G}$ and its worst case reconstruction uncertainty… Expand
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