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Kabsch algorithm

The Kabsch algorithm, named after Wolfgang Kabsch, is a method for calculating the optimal rotation matrix that minimizes the RMSD (root mean squared… 
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2020
2020
We present InstaMap, an instance-based method for learning projection-based cross-lingual word embeddings. Unlike prior work, it… 
2020
2020
LiDARs and cameras are two widely used sensors in robotics and computer vision, particularly for navigation and recognition in 3D… 
2019
2019
This paper presents a method for removing rotational motion from an omnidirectional video captured from the viewpoint of a… 
2018
2018
ABSTRACT We introduce a new approach for analysing changes in electronic structure in the course of ab initio molecular dynamics… 
2018
2018
To analyse the reliability and durability of large complex structures such as high-rise buildings, most realistically, it is… 
2017
2017
Trajectory estimation is of pivotal importance for mobile robots. Visual Odometry (VO) allows localizing a robot from passive… 
2016
2016
Dealing with additive noise in the i-vector space can be chal-lenging due to the complexity of its effect in that space. Several… 
2014
2014
We introduce a framework where the combined impact of phase noise and fast polarization rotation can be described by a rotation… 
2012
2012
Dual- or multi-target ligands have gained increased attention in the past years due to several advantages, including more simple… 
2011
2011
A prototype implementation of a wireless network intrusion detection using Kabsch algorithm in order to implement a system that…