Total least squares fitting of point sets in m-D

@article{Wen2005TotalLS,
  title={Total least squares fitting of point sets in m-D},
  author={Gaojin Wen and Dengming Zhu and Shihong Xia and Zhaoqi Wang},
  journal={International 2005 Computer Graphics},
  year={2005},
  pages={82-86}
}
The absolute orientation technique, minimizing the mean squared error between two matched point sets under similarity transformations, has numerously applied in the areas of photogrammetry, robotics, object motion analysis as well as object pose estimation following recognition. Based on it, in this paper, a total least squares fitting algorithm, which generates a fixed point set from k corresponding original point sets and minimizes the mean squared error between the fixed point sets and these… CONTINUE READING
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