16.5.1 Translation Only

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Motion, Translation. Collision Detection.

Snyder, M.A.,
The Precision of 3-D Parameters in Correspondence-Based Techniques: The Case of Uniform Translational Motion in a Rigid Environment,
PAMI(11), No. 5, May 1989, pp. 523-528.
IEEE DOI BibRef 8905
Earlier:
Uncertainty Analysis of Image Measurements,
DARPA87(681-693). BibRef
And:
The Accuracy of 3D Parameters in Correspondence-Based Techniques: Startup and Updating,
Motion86(53-59). BibRef
And:
The Accuracy of 3D Parameters in Correspondence-Based Techniques,
COINSTR 86-28, UMass., July 1986. Motion, Structure Evaluation. Discussion of the errors that arise from errors in the measurements of point locations. Nothing really new, just a lot of equations. BibRef

Bhanu, B., Symosek, P.F., Ming, J., Burger, W., Nasr, H., and Kim, J.,
Qualitative Target Motion Detection and Tracking,
DARPA89(370-398). BibRef 8900
Earlier: A1, A3 only:
Qualitative Motion Detection and Tracking of Targets from a Mobile Platform,
DARPA88(289-318). BibRef

Nasr, H., Bhanu, B., Schaffer, S.,
Guiding an Autonomous Land Vehicle Using Knowledge-Based Landmark Recognition,
DARPA87(432-439). BibRef 8700

Burger, W.[Wilhelm], Bhanu, B.[Bir],
Estimating 3-D Egomotion from Perspective Image Sequences,
PAMI(12), No. 11, November 1990, pp. 1040-1058.
IEEE DOI Ego Motion. Motion, FOE. A long paper that talks about various simple techniques that get partial information. BibRef 9011

Burger, W.[Wilhelm], Bhanu, B.[Bir],
Qualitative Motion Understanding,
KluwerJune 1992, ISBN 0-7923-9251-5.
WWW Link. BibRef 9206
Earlier: IJCAI87(819-821). BibRef

Bhanu, B.[Bir], Burger, W.[Wilhelm],
A Qualitative Approach to Dynamic Scene Understanding,
CVGIP(54), No. 2, September 1991, pp. 184-205.
Elsevier DOI BibRef 9109
Earlier:
On Computing a 'Fuzzy' Focus of Expansion for Autonomous Navigation,
CVPR89(563-568).
IEEE DOI BibRef
Earlier:
Dynamic Scene Understanding for Autonomous Mobile Robotics,
CVPR88(736-741).
IEEE DOI Partly included in the previous papers too. Compute a region in the image that contains the FoE rather than the FoE exactly. This is sufficient for most analysis. BibRef

Burger, W., Bhanu, B.,
Qualitative Understanding of Scene Dynamics for Mobile Robots,
IJRR(9), No. 6, 1990, pp. 74-90. BibRef 9000

Bhanu, B., Burger, W.,
DRIVE: Dynamic Reasoning from Integrated Visual Evidence,
DARPA87(581-588). BibRef 8700

Ottmann, T.[Thomas], and Wood, D.[Derick],
Dynamical Sets of Points,
CVGIP(27), No. 2, August 1984, pp. 157-166.
Elsevier DOI (Waterloo) Analysis of a set of moving points to determine collisions, etc. Does there exist an algorithm that determines the correspondences in time less than O(n^2)? BibRef 8408

Pehjan, S., Ragupathi, S., King, R.A.,
Improving the Translation Parameter Estimation of Linear Algorithms,
JVCIR(2), 1991, pp. 79-84. BibRef 9100

Moons, T., Van Gool, L.J., Proesmans, M., Pauwels, E.J.,
Affine Reconstruction from Perspective Image Pairs with a Relative Object-Camera Translation in Between,
PAMI(18), No. 1, January 1996, pp. 77-83.
IEEE DOI Recover 3-D affine structure from 5 points in 2 views. BibRef 9601

Van Gool, L.J., Moons, T., Proesmans, M., van Diest, M.,
Affine Reconstruction from Perspective Image Pairs Obtained by a Translating Camera,
ICPR94(A:290-294).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9400
And: AICV94(297-316). BibRef

van Diest, M.[Marc], Moons, T.[Theo], Van Gool, L.J.[Luc J.], Oosterlinck, A.[Andre],
Shape-from-copies,
BMVC93(xx-yy).
PDF File. 9309
BibRef

Proesmans, M.[Marc], Van Gool, L.J., Oosterlinck, A.,
Active Acquisition of 3D Shape for Moving Objects,
ICIP96(III: 647-650).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9600

Proesmans, M., Van Gool, L.J., Oosterlinck, A.,
One-Shot Active 3-D Shape Acquisition,
ICPR96(III: 336-340).
IEEE DOI 9608
Range. (Katholic Univ. of Leuven, B) BibRef

Braithwaite, R.N., and Beddoes, M.P.,
Estimating Camera and Object Translation in the Presence of Camera Rotation,
JMIV(5), No. 1, January 1995, pp. 43-57. BibRef 9501

Lai, S.H., Chang, S.,
Estimation of 3-D Translational Motion Parameters via Hadamard Transform,
PRL(8), 1988, pp. 341-345. BibRef 8800

Garcia, C.[Christophe], Tziritas, G.[Georgios],
Optimal projection of 2-D displacements for 3-D translational motion estimation,
IVC(20), No. 11, September 2002, pp. 793-804.
Elsevier DOI 0209
BibRef
Earlier:
3-D Translational Motion Estimation from 2-D Displacements,
ICIP01(II: 945-948).
IEEE DOI 0108
BibRef

Han, M.[Mei], Kanade, T.[Takeo],
Multiple Motion Scene Reconstruction from Uncalibrated Views,
PAMI(25), No. 7, July 2003, pp. 884-894.
IEEE Abstract. 0307
BibRef
Earlier: ICCV01(I: 163-170).
IEEE DOI 0106
BibRef
And:
Scene Reconstruction from Multiple Uncalibrated Views,
CMU-RI-TR-00-09, January, 2000.
PDF File. Assume objects move with constant velocity. First a projective reconstruction, then a Euclidean one by enforcing metric constraints. BibRef

Han, M.[Mei], Kanade, T.[Takeo],
Reconstruction of a Scene with Multiple Linearly Moving Objects,
IJCV(59), No. 3, September-October 2004, pp. 285-300.
DOI Link 0405
BibRef
Earlier: CVPR00(II: 542-549).
IEEE DOI 0005
BibRef

Traver, V.J.[V. Javier], Pla, F.[Filiberto],
Similarity motion estimation and active tracking through spatial-domain projections on log-polar images,
CVIU(97), No. 2, February 2005, pp. 209-241.
Elsevier DOI 0412
BibRef
Earlier:
An Optimization Approach for Translational Motion Estimation in Log-Polar Domain,
CAIP01(365 ff.).
Springer DOI 0210
BibRef

Traver, V.J.[V. Javier], Pla, F.[Filiberto],
Motion Analysis with the Radon Transform on Log-Polar Images,
JMIV(30), No. 2, February 2008, pp. 147-165.
Springer DOI 0801
BibRef

Filitto, D.[Danilo], Hasegawa, J.K.[Júlio Kiyoshi], Polidório, A.M.[Airton Marco], Martins, N.A.[Nardęnio Almeida], Flores, F.C.[Franklin César],
Real-time velocity measurement to linear motion of a rigid object with monocular image sequence analyses,
RealTimeIP(11), No. 4, April 2016, pp. 829-846.
Springer DOI 1604
BibRef


Wadenbäck, M., Ĺström, K., Heyden, A.,
Recovering planar motion from homographies obtained using a 2.5-point solver for a polynomial system,
ICIP16(2966-2970)
IEEE DOI 1610
Cameras BibRef

Vedaldi, A.[Andrea], Guidi, G.[Gregorio], Soatto, S.[Stefano],
Moving Forward in Structure From Motion,
CVPR07(1-7).
IEEE DOI 0706
Analysis of errors in reconstructions from forward motion. BibRef

Okatani, T., Deguchi, K.,
Robust estimation of camera translation between two images using a camera with a 3d orientation sensor,
ICPR02(I: 275-278).
IEEE DOI 0211
BibRef

Levin, A., Shashua, A.,
Revisiting Single-View Shape Tensors: Theory and Applications,
ECCV02(II: 399 ff.).
Springer DOI 0205
BibRef

Levin, A., Wolf, L.B., Shashua, A.,
Time-varying Shape Tensors for Scenes with Multiply Moving Points,
CVPR01(I:623-630).
IEEE DOI 0110
BibRef

Shashua, A., Levin, A.,
Linear Image Coding for Regression and Classification using the Tensor-rank Principle,
CVPR01(I:42-49).
IEEE DOI 0110
BibRef

Shashua, A.[Amnon], Levin, A.[Anat],
Multi-Frame Infinitesimal Motion Model for the Reconstruction of (Dynamic) Scenes with Multiple Linearly Moving Objects,
ICCV01(II: 592-599).
IEEE DOI 0106
11 images 7 points. Motion of points is along a line. BibRef

Suga, Y., Ohmori, N.,
Recognition of 3-d Object Shape and Forward Moving Distance by Monocular Motion Stereo for Mobile Robot,
MVA98(xx-yy). BibRef 9800

Manmatha, R., Dutta, R., Riseman, E.M., and Snyder, W.E.,
Issues in Extracting Motion Parameters and Depth from Approximate Translation Motion,
Motion89(264-272). BibRef 8900
And: A2, A1, A3, A4: DARPA88(945-960). Depth from motion computation and the problems. See also the other related UMass papers on the topic. BibRef

Tomasi, C., and Shi, J.,
Direction of Heading from Image Deformations,
CVPR93(422-427).
IEEE DOI Compute heading (ego motion) from differential changes in the angles between projection rays of pairs of point features (simple geometry). BibRef 9300

Hildreth, E.C.[Ellen C.],
Recovering Heading for Visually-Guided Navigation,
Vision Research(32), No. 6, 1992, pp. 1177-1192. BibRef 9200
Earlier: MIT AI Memo-1297, June 1991. BibRef

Gambotto, J.P.,
Combining image analysis and thermal models for infrared scene simulations,
ICIP94(I: 710-714).
IEEE DOI 9411
BibRef

Gambotto, J.P.,
Tracking Points and Line Segments in Image Sequences,
Motion89(38-46). Constraints on positions due to three frames and translational motion. Nothing new. BibRef 8900

Gambotto, J.P.,
Correspondence Analysis for Target Tracking in Infrared Images,
ICPR84(526-529). BibRef 8400

Fox, J.S.,
Range from translational motion blurring,
CVPR88(360-365).
IEEE DOI 0403
BibRef

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