16.2 Motion Equation Estimation Methods

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Motion, Estimation Equations. Asada, M., and Tsuji, S.,
Representation of Three-Dimensional Motion in Dynamic Scenes,
CVGIP(21), No. 1, January 1983, pp. 118-144.
Elsevier DOI Three points in 2 frames, directly computing motion parameters with natural parameters. Assumes that 3-D data is given. BibRef 8301

Yachida, M.[Masahiko], Asada, M.[Minoru], and Tsuji, S.[Saburo],
Automatic Analysis of Moving Images,
PAMI(3), No. 1, January 1981, pp. 12-20. BibRef 8101
Earlier: A2, A1, A3:
Representation of Motions in Time-Varying Imagery,
ICPR82(306-309). BibRef
And: A2, A1, A3:
Automatic Motion Analysis System of Moving Objects from the Records of Natural Processes,
ICPR78(726-730). Use of the gaussian sphere to determine the motions of the objects. This work assumes that the correspondences are already computed! BibRef

Asada, M.[Minoru], and Tsuji, S.[Saburo],
Reconstruction of Three-Dimensional Motions from Image Sequences,
PRIP81(88-90). BibRef 8100

Asada, M.[Minoru], Yachida, M.[Masahiko], Tsuji, S.[Saburo],
Analysis of Three-Dimensional Motions in the Blocks World,
PR(17), No. 1, 1984, pp. 57-71.
Elsevier DOI 0309
BibRef
Earlier:
Three Dimensional Motion Interpretation for the Sequence of Line Drawings,
ICPR80(1266-1273). Uses labeled scene to determine correspondences. Then compute the rotation and translation. BibRef

Schalkoff, R.J.[Robert J.],
Automated reasoning about image motion using a rule-based deduction system,
IVC(4), No. 2, May 1986, pp. 97-106.
Elsevier DOI 0401
BibRef

Jerian, C.P., Jain, R.,
Structure from Motion: A Critical Analysis of Methods,
SMC(21), 1991, pp. 572-588. BibRef 9100

Goh, W.B., Martin, G.R.,
Model-Based Multiresolution Motion Estimation in Noisy Images,
CVGIP(59), No. 3, May 1994, pp. 307-319.
DOI Link BibRef 9405

Zhang, Z.Y.[Zheng-You],
On The Optimization Criteria Used in Two-View Motion Analysis,
PAMI(20), No. 7, July 1998, pp. 717-729.
IEEE DOI 9808
Camera Calibration. BibRef
Earlier:
Understanding the Relationship Between the Optimization Criteria in Two-View Motion Analysis,
ICCV98(772-777).
IEEE DOI Shows the criteria: Gradient weighted epipolar errors and distances between points and their reprojections are equivalent, when epipoles are at infinity. And the first of these and the criterion: distance between points and their epipolar lines are equivalent only when epipole is at infinity and the scales are the same. Thus the first criterion (gradient ...) is sufficient in practice. See also Unified Theory of Uncalibrated Stereo for Both Perspective and Affine Cameras. BibRef

Zhang, Z.Y.[Zheng-You],
Motion and Structure from Two Perspective Views: From Essential Parameters to Euclidean Motion Through the Fundamental Matrix,
JOSA-A(14), No. 11, November 1997, pp. 2938-2950. 9711
Fundamental Matrix. BibRef

Mitiche, A., Bouthemy, P.,
Computation and Analysis of Image Motion: A Synopsis of Current Problems and Methods,
IJCV(19), No. 1, July 1996, pp. 29-55.
Springer DOI 9608
BibRef

Bouthemy, P.,
2D Motion Description and Contextual Motion Analysis: Issues and New Models,
SCVMA04(1-15).
Springer DOI 0405
BibRef

Oskarsson, M.[Magnus], Åström, K.[Kalle], Overgaard, N.C.[Niels C.],
The Minimal Structure and Motion Problems with Missing Data for 1D Retina Vision,
JMIV(26), No. 3, December 2006, pp. 327-343.
Springer DOI 0701
BibRef
Earlier:
Classifying and Solving Minimal Structure and Motion Problems with Missing Data,
ICCV01(I: 628-634).
IEEE DOI 0106
Structure and motion for calibrated 1-D projections of a 2-D environment. BibRef

Oskarsson, M., Åström, K., Overgaard, N.C.,
Minimal Cases of Structure and Motion Problem with Missing Data for One-dimensional retinae,
SCIA01(P-W4B). 0206
BibRef

Kawasaki, A.[Atsushi], Hara, K.[Kosuke], Saito, H.[Hideo],
Line-Based SLAM Using Non-Overlapping Cameras in an Urban Environment,
IEICE(E101-D), No. 5, May 2018, pp. 1232-1242.
WWW Link. 1805
BibRef
Earlier: A1, A3, A2:
Motion estimation for non-overlapping cameras by improvement of feature points matching based on urban 3D structure,
ICIP15(1230-1234)
IEEE DOI 1512
SLAM; multi cameras; warping BibRef


Gomes-Neto, S.P.[Severino P.], de Carvalho, B.M.[Bruno M.],
MUGEN RANSAC: MUltiple GENerator Applied to Motion Estimation,
CIARP14(876-883).
Springer DOI 1411
BibRef

Maybank, S.J., and Shashua, A.,
Ambiguity in Reconstruction from Images of Six Points,
ICCV98(703-708).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9800

Chapter on Motion -- Feature-Based, Long Range, Motion and Structure Estimates, Tracking, Surveillance, Activities continues in
Motion Estimates Using 2 Frames .


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