Towards a Guaranteed Solution to Plane-Based Self-calibration

@inproceedings{Bocquillon2006TowardsAG,
  title={Towards a Guaranteed Solution to Plane-Based Self-calibration},
  author={Beno{\^i}t Bocquillon and Pierre Gurdjos and Alain Crouzil},
  booktitle={ACCV},
  year={2006}
}
We investigate the problem of self-calibrating a camera, fr om multiple views of a planar scene. By self-calibrating, we refer to the problem of simultaneously estimate the camera intrinsic parameters and the Eucl idean structure of one 3D plane. A solution is usually obtained by solving a non-lin ear system via local optimization, with the critical issue of parameter init ial zation, especially the focal length. Arguing that these five parameters are inter-d ependent, we propose an alternate… CONTINUE READING

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