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Guide to Three Dimensional Structure and Motion Factorization (Advances in Pattern Recognition)

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The problem of structure and motion recovery from image sequences is an important theme in computer vision. Considerable progress has been made in this field during the past two decades, resulting in successful applications in robot navigation, augmented reality, industrial inspection, medical image analysis, and digital entertainment, among other areas. However, many of these methods work only for rigid objects and static scenes. The study of non-rigid structure from motion is not only of academic significance, but also has important practical applications in real-world, nonrigid or dynamic scenarios, such as human facial expressions and moving vehicles. This practical guide/reference provides a comprehensive overview of Euclidean structure and motion recovery, with a specific focus on factorization-based algorithms. The book discusses the latest research in this field, including the extension of the factorization algorithm to recover the structure of non-rigid objects, and presents some new algorithms developed by the authors. Readers require no significant knowledge of computer vision, although some background on projective geometry and matrix computation would be beneficial. Topics and features: Presents the first systematic study of structure and motion recovery of both rigid and non-rigid objects from images sequences Discusses in depth the theory, techniques, and applications of rigid and non-rigid factorization methods in three dimensional computer vision Examines numerous factorization algorithms, covering affine, perspective and quasi-perspective projection models Provides appendices describing the mathematical principles behind projective geometry, matrix decomposition, least squares, and nonlinear estimation techniques Includes chapter-ending review questions, and a glossary of terms used in the book This unique text offers practical guidance in real applications and implementations of 3D modeling systems for practitioners in computer vision and pattern recognition, as well as serving as an invaluable source of new algorithms and methodologies for structure and motion recovery for graduate students and researchers. Dr. Guanghui Wang is a Research Fellow at the Department of Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Jonathan Wu is Professor of Automotive Sensors and Sensing Systems at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

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This practical guide provides a comprehensive overview of Euclidean structure and motion recovery, with a specific focus on factorization-based algorithms. The text discusses the latest research in the field and presents new algorithms developed by the authors.

Table of Contents

Introduction to 3D Computer Vision Simplified Camera Projection Models Geometrical Properties of Quasi-Perspective Projection Introduction to Structure and Motion Factorization Perspective 3D Reconstruction of Rigid Objects Perspective 3D Reconstruction of Nonrigid Objects Rotation Constrained Power Factorization Stratified Euclidean Reconstruction Quasi-Perspective Factorization

Product Details

ISBN:
9780857290458
Author:
Wang, Guanghui
Publisher:
Springer
Author:
Wu, Q. M. Jonathan
Author:
Wu, Jonathan
Subject:
Image processing
Subject:
Interactive multimedia
Subject:
Intelligence (AI) & Semantics
Subject:
Affine Reconstruction
Subject:
Computer Vision
Subject:
Metric Reconstruction
Subject:
Multiview Geometry
Subject:
Power Factorisation
Subject:
Projective geometry
Subject:
Quasi-perspective Projection
Subject:
Structure from Motion
Subject:
Image Processing and Computer Vision
Subject:
multimedia information systems
Subject:
Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)
Subject:
Graphics-Image Processing
Subject:
Computer Graphics - General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
2011
Series:
Advances in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
Publication Date:
20100917
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Pages:
228
Dimensions:
235 x 155 mm 550 gr

Related Subjects

Computers and Internet » Artificial Intelligence » General
Computers and Internet » Computers Reference » General
Computers and Internet » Graphics » Image Processing
Reference » Science Reference » Technology
Science and Mathematics » Mathematics » Combinatorics

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