The relationship between photogrammetry and computer vision

@inproceedings{Mundy1993TheRB,
  title={The relationship between photogrammetry and computer vision},
  author={Joseph L. Mundy},
  year={1993}
}
The relationship between photogrammetry and computer vision is examined. This paper reviews the central issues for both computer vision and photogrammetry and the shared goals as well as distinct approaches are identified. Interaction in the past has been limited by both differences in terminology and in the basic philosophy concerning the manipulation of projection equations. The application goals and mathematical techniques of both fields have considerable overlap and so improved dialog is… CONTINUE READING

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