The Five Points Pose Problem : A New and Accurate Solution Adapted to any Geometric Configuration

@article{Kalantari2009TheFP,
  title={The Five Points Pose Problem : A New and Accurate Solution Adapted to any Geometric Configuration},
  author={M. Kalantari and F. Jung and J. Gu{\'e}don and N. Paparoditis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2009},
  volume={abs/0807.2047}
}
The goal of this paper is to estimate directly the rotation and translation between two stereoscopic images with the help of five homologous points. The methodology presented does not mix the rotation and translation parameters, which is comparably an important advantage over the methods using the well-known essential matrix. This results in correct behavior and accuracy for situations otherwise known as quite unfavorable, such as planar scenes, or panoramic sets of images (with a null base… Expand
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