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Pose Estimation from Minimal Dual-Receiver Configurations

Burgess, Simon LU ; Kuang, Yubin LU and Åström, Karl LU (2012) 21st International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR 2012) In 21st International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR 2012), Proceedings of p.2553-2556
Abstract
Using multiple receivers (microphones or antennas) in

a rigid configuration, such as on a smartphone, it is

possible to measure time difference of arrival to the receivers.

This in turn can be used to determine the direction

to the transmissions, if there are at least three

receivers. When using two receivers it can be used

to determine the angle to the transmissions relative to

the line through the two receivers. In this paper we

study three minimal problems for pose using such data:

(i) determine position and orientation using five transmissions,

(ii) determine position and orientation using

four transmissions and known ’down’ direction... (More)
Using multiple receivers (microphones or antennas) in

a rigid configuration, such as on a smartphone, it is

possible to measure time difference of arrival to the receivers.

This in turn can be used to determine the direction

to the transmissions, if there are at least three

receivers. When using two receivers it can be used

to determine the angle to the transmissions relative to

the line through the two receivers. In this paper we

study three minimal problems for pose using such data:

(i) determine position and orientation using five transmissions,

(ii) determine position and orientation using

four transmissions and known ’down’ direction and

(iii) determine position using three transmissions and

known orientation. Numerically stable solvers are implemented.

An experimental validation of the solvers

are performed on simulated data (Less)
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Pose estimation, Time-Difference-Of-Arrival, minimal problems
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  abstract     = {Using multiple receivers (microphones or antennas) in<br/><br>
a rigid configuration, such as on a smartphone, it is<br/><br>
possible to measure time difference of arrival to the receivers.<br/><br>
This in turn can be used to determine the direction<br/><br>
to the transmissions, if there are at least three<br/><br>
receivers. When using two receivers it can be used<br/><br>
to determine the angle to the transmissions relative to<br/><br>
the line through the two receivers. In this paper we<br/><br>
study three minimal problems for pose using such data:<br/><br>
(i) determine position and orientation using five transmissions,<br/><br>
(ii) determine position and orientation using<br/><br>
four transmissions and known ’down’ direction and<br/><br>
(iii) determine position using three transmissions and<br/><br>
known orientation. Numerically stable solvers are implemented.<br/><br>
An experimental validation of the solvers<br/><br>
are performed on simulated data},
  author       = {Burgess, Simon and Kuang, Yubin and Åström, Karl},
  isbn         = {978-4-9906441-1-6},
  keyword      = {Pose estimation,Time-Difference-Of-Arrival,minimal problems},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {2553--2556},
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  series       = {21st International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR 2012), Proceedings of},
  title        = {Pose Estimation from Minimal Dual-Receiver Configurations},
  year         = {2012},
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