Algebraic Properties of Multilinear Constraints
(1997) In Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences 20(13). p.11351162 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, Vn, to work with is the image of P3 in P2 x P2 x ... x P2 under a corresponding product of projections, (A(1) x A(2) x ... x A(m)).
Another descriptor, the variety Vb, is the one generated by all bilinear forms between pairs of views, which consists of all points in P2 x P2 x ... x P2 where all bilinear forms vanish. Yet another descriptor, the variety Vt, is the variety generated by all trilinear forms between triplets of views. It has been shown that when m = 3, Vb is a reducible variety with one component corresponding to Vt 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, Vn, to work with is the image of P3 in P2 x P2 x ... x P2 under a corresponding product of projections, (A(1) x A(2) x ... x A(m)).
Another descriptor, the variety Vb, is the one generated by all bilinear forms between pairs of views, which consists of all points in P2 x P2 x ... x P2 where all bilinear forms vanish. Yet another descriptor, the variety Vt, is the variety generated by all trilinear forms between triplets of views. It has been shown that when m = 3, Vb is a reducible variety with one component corresponding to Vt and another corresponding to the trifocal plane.
Furthermore, when m = 3, Vt is generated by the three bilinearities and one trilinearity, when m = 4, Vt is generated by the six bilinearities and when m greater than or equal to 4, Vt can be generated by the ((m)(2)) bilinearities. This shows that four images is the generic case in the algebraic setting, because Vt 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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