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Algebraic Properties of Multilinear Constraints

Heyden, Anders LU and Åström, Karl LU (1997) In Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences 20(13). p.1135-1162
Abstract
In this paper the different algebraic varieties that can be generated from multiple view geometry with uncalibrated cameras have been investigated. The natural descriptor, V-n, to work with is the image of P-3 in P-2 x P-2 x ... x P-2 under a corresponding product of projections, (A(1) x A(2) x ... x A(m)).

Another descriptor, the variety V-b, is the one generated by all bilinear forms between pairs of views, which consists of all points in P-2 x P-2 x ... x P-2 where all bilinear forms vanish. Yet another descriptor, the variety V-t, is the variety generated by all trilinear forms between triplets of views. It has been shown that when m = 3, V-b is a reducible variety with one component corresponding to V-t and another... (More)
In this paper the different algebraic varieties that can be generated from multiple view geometry with uncalibrated cameras have been investigated. The natural descriptor, V-n, to work with is the image of P-3 in P-2 x P-2 x ... x P-2 under a corresponding product of projections, (A(1) x A(2) x ... x A(m)).

Another descriptor, the variety V-b, is the one generated by all bilinear forms between pairs of views, which consists of all points in P-2 x P-2 x ... x P-2 where all bilinear forms vanish. Yet another descriptor, the variety V-t, is the variety generated by all trilinear forms between triplets of views. It has been shown that when m = 3, V-b is a reducible variety with one component corresponding to V-t and another corresponding to the trifocal plane.



Furthermore, when m = 3, V-t is generated by the three bilinearities and one trilinearity, when m = 4, V-t is generated by the six bilinearities and when m greater than or equal to 4, V-t can be generated by the ((m)(2)) bilinearities. This shows that four images is the generic case in the algebraic setting, because V-t can be generated by just bilinearities. Furthermore, some of the bilinearities may be omitted when m greater than or equal to 5. (C) 1997 by B. G. Teubner Stuttgart - John Wiley & Sons Ltd. (Less)
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Another descriptor, the variety V-b, is the one generated by all bilinear forms between pairs of views, which consists of all points in P-2 x P-2 x ... x P-2 where all bilinear forms vanish. Yet another descriptor, the variety V-t, is the variety generated by all trilinear forms between triplets of views. It has been shown that when m = 3, V-b is a reducible variety with one component corresponding to V-t and another corresponding to the trifocal plane.<br/><br>
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Furthermore, when m = 3, V-t is generated by the three bilinearities and one trilinearity, when m = 4, V-t is generated by the six bilinearities and when m greater than or equal to 4, V-t can be generated by the ((m)(2)) bilinearities. This shows that four images is the generic case in the algebraic setting, because V-t can be generated by just bilinearities. Furthermore, some of the bilinearities may be omitted when m greater than or equal to 5. (C) 1997 by B. G. Teubner Stuttgart - John Wiley &amp; Sons Ltd.},
  author       = {Heyden, Anders and Åström, Karl},
  issn         = {1099-1476},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {13},
  pages        = {1135--1162},
  publisher    = {John Wiley & Sons},
  series       = {Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences},
  title        = {Algebraic Properties of Multilinear Constraints},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)1099-1476(19970910)20:13<1135::AID-MMA908>3.0.CO;2-9},
  volume       = {20},
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