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Structure and motion problems for multiple rigidly moving cameras

Stewenius, Henrik LU and Åström, Karl LU (2004) In Computer Vision - ECCV 2004 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) 3023. p.252-263
Abstract
Vision (both using one-dimensional and two-dimensional retina) is useful for the autonomous navigation of vehicles. In this paper the case of a vehicle equipped with multiple cameras with non-overlapping views is considered. The geometry and algebra of such a moving platform of cameras are considered. In particular we formulate and solve structure and motion problems for a few novel cases of such moving platforms. For the case of two-dimensional retina cameras (ordinary cameras) there are two minimal cases of three points in two platform positions and two points in three platform positions. For the case of one-dimensional retina cameras there are three minimal structure and motion problems. In this paper we consider one of these (6 points... (More)
Vision (both using one-dimensional and two-dimensional retina) is useful for the autonomous navigation of vehicles. In this paper the case of a vehicle equipped with multiple cameras with non-overlapping views is considered. The geometry and algebra of such a moving platform of cameras are considered. In particular we formulate and solve structure and motion problems for a few novel cases of such moving platforms. For the case of two-dimensional retina cameras (ordinary cameras) there are two minimal cases of three points in two platform positions and two points in three platform positions. For the case of one-dimensional retina cameras there are three minimal structure and motion problems. In this paper we consider one of these (6 points in 3 platform positions). The theory has been tested on synthetic data. (Less)
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  author       = {Stewenius, Henrik and Åström, Karl},
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  issn         = {1611-3349},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {252--263},
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  series       = {Computer Vision - ECCV 2004 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)},
  title        = {Structure and motion problems for multiple rigidly moving cameras},
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  volume       = {3023},
  year         = {2004},
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