18.7 Spatio-Temporal Analysis -- Many Frames

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Spatio-Temporal Analysis. Sequences. Motion, Many Frames. Motion, Spatio-Temporal.

18.7.1 Epipolar-Plane Analysis in Spatio-Temporal Analysis

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Epipolar Plane. Motion, Epipolar plane.

Bolles, R.C., Baker, H.H., and Marimont, D.H.,
Epipolar-Plane Image Analysis: An Approach to Determining Structure from Motion,
IJCV(1), No. 1, 1987, pp. 7-56.
Springer DOI Motion, Structure. The journal version of the work. BibRef 8700

Bolles, R.C., and Baker, H.H.,
Epipolar-Plane Image Analysis: A Technique for Analyzing Sequences,
CVWS85(168-178). BibRef 8500
And: DARPA85(137-148). BibRef SRITechnical Note 377, February, 1986.
WWW Link. BibRef
And: RCV87(26-36). BibRef
And: A 3-D cube of data (X, Y, T). Heavy use of the epipolar plane constraint to do "3-D" edges. Objects become lines and position and direction of the line gives good information of the position and motion of the objects in the scene. An extreme case of optic flow. BibRef

Marimont, D.H.[David H.],
Projective Duality and the Analysis of Image Sequences,
Motion86(7-14). An extension of Bolles and Baker to curved (known very well) paths of the camera. The data is transformed to a straight camera path and the motion and structure is derived. The best results were with the synthetic data, but there is hope is enough is known. Duality is that a line has a point as a dual and vice versa. BibRef 8600

Allmen, M.C., and Dyer, C.R.,
Computing Spatiotemporal Relations for Dynamic Perceptual Organization,
CVGIP(58), No. 3, November 1993, pp. 338-351.
DOI Link BibRef 9311
And: Univ. of WisconsinCS TR 1130, 1992.
PS File. BibRef

Seitz, S.M., Dyer, C.R.,
View Invariant Analysis of Cyclic Motion,
IJCV(25), No. 3, December 1997, pp. 231-251.
DOI Link
PS File. 9712
BibRef

Seitz, S.M.[Steven M.], and Dyer, C.R.[Charles R.],
Cyclic Motion Analysis Using Periodic Trace,
MBR97(Chapter 4) University of Wisconsin BibRef 9700

Seitz, S.M., Dyer, C.R.,
Affine Invariant Detection of Periodic Motion,
CVPR94(970-975).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9400
And: Univ. of Wisconsin1225, June 1994. Accumulate guess of periods.
WWW Link. BibRef

Seitz, S.M.[Steven M.], and Dyer, C.R.[Charles R.],
Detecting Irregularities in Cyclic Motion,
Non-Rigid94(178-185).
WWW Link. BibRef 9400

Allmen, M.C., and Dyer, C.R.,
Long-Range Spatiotemporal Motion Understanding Using Spatiotemporal Flow Curves,
CVPR91(303-309).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9100
And:
Cyclic Motion Detection Using Spatiotemporal Surfaces and Curves,
ICPR90(I: 365-370).
IEEE DOI BibRef
And:
Computing Spatiotemporal Surface Flow,
ICCV90(47-50).
IEEE DOI BibRef

Allmen, M.C.,
Image Sequence Description Using Spatiotemporal Flow Curves: Toward Motion-Based Recognition,
Ph.D.Thesis (CS), August 1991. BibRef 9108 Univ. of WisconsinCS TR 1040, 1991.
PS File. BibRef


Liu, X.M.[Xiao-Min],
A New Approach for the Camera Motion Extraction from Texture Images with Spatio-Temporal Slice Analysis,
CISP09(1-4).
IEEE DOI 0910
BibRef

Leotta, M.J.[Matthew J.], Mundy, J.L.[Joseph L.],
Epipolar Curve Tracking in 3-D,
ICIP07(VI: 325-328).
IEEE DOI 0709
BibRef

Diel, D.D.[David D.], DeBitetto, P.[Paul], Teller, S.[Seth],
Epipolar Constraints for Vision-Aided Inertial Navigation,
Motion05(II: 221-228).
IEEE DOI 0502
BibRef

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