16.2.4.1 Shariat and Related Papers

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Motion, Five Frames.

Shariat, H., and Price, K.E.,
Motion Estimation With More Than Two Frames,
PAMI(12), No. 5, May 1990, pp. 417-434.
IEEE DOI BibRef 9005 USC Computer VisionThe complete general case from the thesis. This gives the derivation for 1 in 5, 2 in 4, and 3 in 3 frames, with results for 1 in 5 from real data. BibRef

Shariat, H., and Price, K.E.,
Motion Estimation Using More Than Two Images,
MU88(143-188). BibRef 8800 USC Computer VisionA less than complete specification of the equation derivation for 1 point in 5 frames with basic results. BibRef

Shariat, H., and Price, K.E.,
Results of Motion Estimation with More Than Two Frames,
DARPA87(694-703). BibRef 8700 USC Computer VisionThe results of the Motion estimation program. BibRef

Shariat, H.,
The Motion Problem: How to Use More Than Two Frames,
Ph.D.Thesis (EE), May 1986, BibRef 8605 USC_IRISTR-202. BibRef USC Computer VisionThe complete version of the motion work, general motion: 3 in 3, 2 in 4, and 1 in 5, with special cases for rotation and translation. BibRef

Shariat, H., and Price, K.E.,
How to Use more than Two Frames to Estimate Motion,
Motion86(119-124). BibRef 8600 USC Computer VisionThe derivation of the 1 point in 5 frames method with results. Preliminary to the thesis. BibRef

Shariat, H.,
The Motion Problem: A Decomposition-Based Solution,
CVPR85(181-183). BibRef 8500 USC Computer VisionOne point in 5 frames, or 2 in 4, or 4 in 3. An attempt at simplifying the equations by using more frames. BibRef

Franzen, W.O.,
Structure from Chronogeneous Motion,
Ph.D.Thesis (CS), May 1991, BibRef 9105 USC_IRISTR-266. BibRef USC Computer VisionThe complete chronogeneous motion work. By adding time to the homogeneous matrix representation, it is possible to get constant motion with accelerations, etc. Solve for motion and structure. BibRef

Franzen, W.O.,
Structure from Chronogeneous Motion: A Summary,
DARPA92(487-493). BibRef 9200 USC Computer Vision BibRef

Franzen, W.O.,
Structure and Motion from Uniform 3D Acceleration,
Motion91(14-20). BibRef 9100 USC Computer Vision3-D Motion fromulation with acceleration. Part of the sequence leading to the full Chronogeneous motion. BibRef

Franzen, W.O.,
Representing Motion Using Chronogeneous Transformations,
Motion89(282-289). BibRef 8900 USC Computer Vision BibRef
Earlier:
Natural Representation of Motion in Space-Time,
DARPA88(443-452). Motion, Structure. Add time to the coordinate system and simplify the formulation for the equations of motion and allow for some accelerations. BibRef

Chapter on Motion -- Feature-Based, Long Range, Motion and Structure Estimates, Tracking, Surveillance, Activities continues in
Broida and Related Work .


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