A Closed Form Solution to the Reconstruction and Multi-View Constraints of the Degree d Apparent Contour

McKinnon, David, Jones, Barry and Lovell, Brian C. (2003). A Closed Form Solution to the Reconstruction and Multi-View Constraints of the Degree d Apparent Contour. In: Lovell, Brian C. and Maeder, Anthony J., Workshop on Digital Image Computing, Brisbane, (145-148). 7 February, 2003.

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Author McKinnon, David
Jones, Barry
Lovell, Brian C.
Title of paper A Closed Form Solution to the Reconstruction and Multi-View Constraints of the Degree d Apparent Contour
Conference name Workshop on Digital Image Computing
Conference location Brisbane
Conference dates 7 February, 2003
Publication Year 2003
Sub-type Fully published paper
Editor Lovell, Brian C.
Maeder, Anthony J.
Volume 1
Issue 1
Start page 145
End page 148
Abstract/Summary This paper presents a novel theoretical approach to calculating the apparent contour of a smooth surface. The problem is formulated as a dual space intersection of algebraic tangent cones, which we will consider to be the members of degree d hypersurfaces. The well known theoretical foundation for multi-view geometry is extended in light of this to solve the problems of triangulation and forming multi-view matching constraints for degree d apparent contours.
Subjects 280208 Computer Vision
Keyword iris-research
reconstruction
surface contours
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