*Dreschler, L.*, and
*Nagel, H.H.*,

**Volumetric Model and 3D Trajectory of a Moving Car from Monocular
TV Frames Sequence of a Street Scene**,

*CGIP(20)*, No. 3, November 1982, pp. 199-228.

Elsevier DOI
BibRef
**8211**

And:
*IJCAI81*(692-697).
*Relaxation*.
*Corner Detector*.
BibRef

Earlier:

**Using 'Affinity' for Extracting Images of Moving Objects from
TV-Frame Sequences**,

Hamburg, Bericht 44, February 1978.
Polyhedral approximation of 3D object, using a modification of
Thompson's technique. Find feature points, track to the next
image, generate triangular patches (basically connect the near
points without crossing lines).
BibRef

*Dreschler, L.*, and
*Nagel, H.H.*,

**On the Selection of Critical Points and Local Curvature Extrema
of Region Boundaries for Interframe Matching**,

*ISPDSA83*(457-470).
BibRef
**8300**

*Westphal, H.*, and
*Nagel, H.H.*,

**Towards the Derivation of Three-Dimensional Descriptions from
Image Sequences for Nonconvex Moving Objects**,

*CVGIP(34)*, No. 3, June 1986, pp. 302-320.

Elsevier DOI This extends the above paper from 1982, to incorporate concavities
and surface markings.
BibRef
**8606**

*Westphal, H.*, and
*Nagel, H.H.*,

**Exploiting Reflectance
Properties to Analyze Images of Moving Objects Needs Local Constraints**,

*CVGIP(38)*, No. 1, April 1987, pp. 90-98.

Elsevier DOI Some more analysis related to the two above papers to extend them to
curved surfaces from polyhedral surfaces.
BibRef
**8704**

*Ibison, M.C.*,
*Zapalowski, L.*,
*Harris, C.G.*,

**Direct Surface Reconstruction from a Moving Sensor**,

*IVC(3)*, No. 4, November 1985, pp. 170-176.

Elsevier DOI
BibRef
**8511**

*Nagel, H.H.*,

**From Image Sequences Towards Conceptual Descriptions**,

*IVC(6)*, No. 2, May 1988, pp. 59-74.

Elsevier DOI
BibRef
**8805**

*Kollnig, H.*,
*Nagel, H.H.*,
*Otte, M.*,

**Association of Motion Verbs with Vehicle Movements Extracted from
Dense Optical Flow Fields**,

*ECCV94*(B:338-347).

Springer DOI
BibRef
**9400**

*Koller, D.*,
*Heinze, H.*, and
*Nagel, H.H.*,

**Algorithmic Characterization of Vehicle Trajectories from
Image Sequences by Motion Verbs**,

*CVPR91*(90-95).

IEEE DOI
BibRef
**9100**

*Suorsa, R.E.*,
*Sridhar, B.*,

**A Parallel Implementation of a Multisensor Feature-Based
Range-Estimation Method**,

*RA(10)*, 1994, pp. 755-768.
BibRef
**9400**

Earlier:
*CVPR93*(379-385).

IEEE DOI Motion and structure from a sequence.
BibRef

*Soni, T.*, and
*Sridhar, B.*,

**Modelling Issues in Vision Based Aircraft Navigation During Landing**,

*WACV94*(89-96).

IEEE Abstract.
BibRef
**9400**

*Smith, P.N.*,
*Sridhar, B.*, and
*Hussien, B.*,

**Vision-Based Range Estimation Using Helicopter Flight Data**,

*CVPR92*(202-208).

IEEE DOI You know the helicopter motion, derive the structure of the scene.
BibRef
**9200**

*Hung, Y.S.*,
*Ho, H.T.*,

**A Kalman Filter Approach to Direct Depth Estimation Incorporating
Surface Structure**,

*PAMI(21)*, No. 6, June 1999, pp. 570-575.

IEEE DOI
BibRef
**9906**

And:
Errata:

**Corrections to 'A Kalman Filter Approach to Direct Depth Estimation
Incorporating Surface Structure'**,

*PAMI(21)*, No. 10, October 1999, pp. 1101.
Pixel based depth from motion. Applied to navigation problems.
BibRef

*Hu, Z.Z.[Zhao-Zheng]*,
*Tan, Z.[Zheng]*,

**Depth recovery and affine reconstruction under camera pure translation**,

*PR(40)*, No. 10, October 2007, pp. 2826-2836.

Elsevier DOI
**0707**

Depth recovery; Affine reconstruction; Camera pure translation;
Homography; Active vision
BibRef

*Ramachandran, M.[Mahesh]*,
*Veeraraghavan, A.[Ashok]*,
*Chellappa, R.[Rama]*,

**A Fast Bilinear Structure from Motion Algorithm Using a Video Sequence
and Inertial Sensors**,

*PAMI(33)*, No. 1, January 2011, pp. 186-193.

IEEE DOI
**1011**

BibRef

Earlier:

**Fast Bilinear SfM with Side Information**,

*ICCV07*(1-8).

IEEE DOI
**0710**

Use gravity (vertical) and height of the camera (i.e. from a vehicle mounted
camera). Simplifies the SfM equations.
BibRef

*Kim, J.H.[Jae-Hak]*,
*Li, H.D.[Hong-Dong]*,
*Hartley, R.I.[Richard I.]*,

**Motion Estimation for Nonoverlapping Multicamera Rigs:
Linear Algebraic and L_infty Geometric Solutions**,

*PAMI(32)*, No. 6, June 2010, pp. 1044-1059.

IEEE DOI
**1004**

BibRef

Earlier:

**Motion estimation for multi-camera systems using global optimization**,

*CVPR08*(1-8).

IEEE DOI
**0806**

BibRef

And: A2, A3, A1:

**A linear approach to motion estimation using generalized camera models**,

*CVPR08*(1-8).

IEEE DOI
**0806**

Egomotion from multicamera system for 2 positions.
One linear solution, one geometric solution.
See also Motion from 3D Line Correspondences: Linear and Non-Linear Solutions.
BibRef

*Clipp, B.[Brian]*,
*Kim, J.H.[Jae-Hak]*,
*Frahm, J.M.[Jan-Michael]*,
*Pollefeys, M.[Marc]*,
*Hartley, R.I.[Richard I.]*,

**Robust 6DOF Motion Estimation for Non-Overlapping, Multi-Camera Systems**,

*WACV08*(1-8).

IEEE DOI
**0801**

BibRef

Springer DOI

BibRef

*Klingner, B.[Bryan]*,
*Martin, D.[David]*,
*Roseborough, J.[James]*,

**Street View Motion-from-Structure-from-Motion**,

*ICCV13*(953-960)

IEEE DOI
**1403**

geometric computer vision. Generalized cameras, large scale images. Use
relative pose along path.
BibRef

*Jacquet, B.[Bastien]*,
*Hane, C.[Christian]*,
*Koser, K.[Kevin]*,
*Pollefeys, M.[Marc]*,

**Real-World Normal Map Capture for Nearly Flat Reflective Surfaces**,

*ICCV13*(713-720)

IEEE DOI
**1403**

Surface normal map capture.
Reflections of straight lines with moving camera.
BibRef

*Zhu, M.L.[Meng-Long]*,
*Ramalingam, S.[Srikumar]*,
*Taguchi, Y.[Yuichi]*,
*Garaas, T.[Tyler]*,

**Monocular Visual Odometry and Dense 3D Reconstruction for On-Road
Vehicles**,

*CVVT12*(II: 596-606).

Springer DOI
**1210**

BibRef

*Zhou, H.Y.[Hui-Yu]*,
*Schaefer, G.[Gerald]*,

**Effective and Efficient Tracking and Ego-Motion Recovery for Mobile
Cameras**,

*PReMI09*(345-350).

Springer DOI
**0912**

BibRef

*Morita, T.*,
*Yasukawa, Y.*,
*Inamoto, Y.*,
*Uchiyama, T.*, and
*Kawakami, S.*,

**Measurement in Three Dimensions by Motion
Stereo and Spherical Mapping**,

*CVPR89*(422-428).

IEEE DOI Map the image
onto a sphere and translate the camera. This gives a point on a
great circle and 3-D can be derived.
BibRef
**8900**

*Chang, Y.L.*,
*Aggarwal, J.K.*,

**Reconstructing 3D Lines from a Sequence of 2D Projections:
Representation and Estimation**,

*ICCV90*(101-105).

IEEE DOI
BibRef
**9000**

*Chang, Y.L.*, and
*Aggarwal, J.K.*,

**3D Structure Reconstruction from an Ego Motion Sequence Using
Statistical Estimation and Detection Theory**,

*Motion91*(268-273).
Predict features to detect
then combine feature matches with motion estimation, high level control.
BibRef
**9100**

*Stephens, M.J.*,
*Blissett, R.J.*,
*Charnley, D.*,
*Sparks, E.P.*, and
*Pike, J.M.*,

**Outdoor Vehicle Navigation Using Passive 3D Vision**,

*CVPR89*(556-562).

IEEE DOI Basic structure from
motion using matching edges and corners and triangulation.
BibRef
**8900**

Chapter on Motion Analysis -- Low-Level, Image Level Analysis, Mosaic Generation, Super Resolution, Shape from Motion continues in

Matrix Factorization Approach to Motion and Structure .

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