17.6 Optical Flow Field -- Information Extraction

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17.6.1 Egomotion or Ego Motion Computation from Flow Fields

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Motion, Parameters. Optical Flow, Features. Motion, Observer. Ego Motion. Egomotion. ego-motion.

Zacharias, G.L., Caglayan, A.K., Sinacori, J.B.,
A Model for Visual Flow-Field Cueing and Self-Motion Estimation,
SMC(15), 1985, pp. 385-389. BibRef 8500

van Doorn, A.J., and Koenderink, J.J.,
Visibility of Movement Gradients,
BioCyber(44), 1982, pp. 167-175. BibRef 8200

Koenderink, J.J., and van Doorn, A.J.,
Affine Structure from Motion,
JOSA-A(8), No. 2, 1991, pp. 377-385. BibRef 9100

Koenderink, J.J., and van Doorn, A.J.,
Invariant Properties of the Motion Parallax Field Due to the Movement of Rigid Bodies Relative to an Observer,
Optica Acta(22), No. 9, 1975, pp. 773-791. See also Local Structure of Movement Parallax of the Plane. BibRef 7500

Koenderink, J.J., and van Doorn, A.J.,
Exterospecific Component of the Motion Parallax Field,
JOSA(66), 1976, pp. 953-957. See also Local Structure of Movement Parallax of the Plane. BibRef 7600

Rosenholtz, R.[Ruth], Koenderink, J.J.[Jan J.],
Affine Structure and Photometry,
CVPR96(790-795).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9600

Bruss, A.R.[Anna R.], and Horn, B.K.P.[Berthold K.P.],
Passive Navigation,
CVGIP(21), No. 1, January 1983, pp. 3-20.
WWW Link. BibRef 8301
Earlier: DARPA82(204-214). BibRef
And: MIT AI Memo-662, November 1981. A lot of equations to show what can be done with optic flow data. Determine the motion of a body relative to a fixed environment using the changing image seen by the camera attached to the moving body. The optic flow in the image is the input. BibRef

Negahdaripour, S., and Horn, B.K.P.,
Direct Passive Navigation,
PAMI(9), No. 1, January 1987, pp. 168-176. BibRef 8701
Earlier: MIT AI Memo-821, February 1984. BibRef
Earlier:
Direct Passive Navigation: Analytical Solution for Planes,
DARPA85(381-387). BibRef
And: A1 only ?: MIT AI Memo-863, August 1985. Motion of the observer relative to a planar surface using image brightness derivatives. No optical flow is computed, just derivatives at 8 points. BibRef

Negahdaripour, S.[Shahriar], Yuille, A.L.[Alan L.],
Direct Passive Navigation: Analytical Solution for Quadratic Patches,
MIT AI Memo-876, March 1986. BibRef 8603

Negahdaripour, S., Kolagani, N., and Hayashi, B.Y.,
Direct Motion Stereo for Passive Navigation,
CVPR92(425-431).
IEEE DOI Consider axial translation and panning translation, computed from image gradients and time derivatives. Uses stereo image sequences. BibRef 9200

Hayashi, B.Y.,
Direct Motion Stereo: Recovery of Observer Motion and Scene Structure,
ICCV90(446-450).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9000

Negahdaripour, S.,
Motion Recovery from Image Sequences Using Only First Order Optical Flow Information,
IJCV(9), No. 3, 1992, pp. 163-184.
Springer DOI BibRef 9200
Earlier: add A2 Lee, S.,
Motion Recovery from Image Sequences Using First-Order Optical Flow Information,
Motion91(132-139). Use optical flow in two regions to get ego motion. BibRef

Inigo, R.M., McVey, E.S., Berger, B.J., Wirtz, M.J.,
Machine Vision Applied to Vehicle Guidance,
PAMI(6), No. 6, November 1984, pp. 820-826. BibRef 8411

Inigo, R.M., and McVey, E.S.,
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Conference(469-474). 32nd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, 1982, Vol.32.
HTML Version. BibRef 8200

McVey, E.S., Drake, K.C., Inigo, R.M.,
Range Measurements by a Mobile Robot Using a Navigation Line,
PAMI(8), No. 1, January 1986, pp. 105-109. BibRef 8601

Drake, K.C., McVey, E.S., Inigo, R.M.,
Sensing Error for a Mobile Robot Using Line Navigation,
PAMI(7), No. 4, July 1985, pp. 485-490. BibRef 8507

Drake, K.C., McVey, E.S., Inigo, R.M.,
Sensor Roll Angle Error for a Mobile Robot Using a Navigation Line,
PAMI(10), No. 5, September 1988, pp. 727-731.
IEEE DOI BibRef 8809

Drake, K.C., McVey, E.S., Inigo, R.M.,
Experimental Position and Ranging Results for a Mobile Robot,
RA(3), 1987, pp. 31-42. BibRef 8700

Lawton, T.B.[Teri B.],
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US_Patent5,109,425, Apr 28, 1992
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Heeger, D.J., and Jepson, A.D.,
Subspace Methods for Recovering Rigid Motion I: Algorithms and Implementation,
IJCV(7), No. 2, January 1992, pp. 95-117.
Springer DOI BibRef 9201
And: RBCV-TR-90-35, Toronto, November 1990. BibRef
And: A2, A1:
Subspace Methods for Recovering Rigid Motion, Part II: Theory,
RBCV-TR-90-36, Toronto, November 1990. BibRef
And:
Linear Subspace Methods for Recovering Translation Direction,
RBCV-TR-92-40, Toronto, 1992. Depth from optical flow. BibRef

Heeger, D.J.[David J.], Jepson, A.D.[Allan D.],
Method and apparatus for image processing to obtain three dimensional motion and depth,
US_Patent4,980,762, Dec 25, 1990
WWW Link. BibRef 9012

Heeger, D.J., Jepson, A.D.,
Simple Method for Computing 3D Motion and Depth,
ICCV90(96-100).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9000

Heeger, D.J., and Jepson, A.D.,
A Fast Subspace Methods for Recovering Rigid Motion,
Motion91(124-131). Egomotion, recover translation direction, then a linear method to get rotation and depth. BibRef 9100

Heeger, D.J., Hager, G.,
Egomotion and the Stabilized World,
ICCV88(435-440).
IEEE DOI BibRef 8800

Dvornychenko, V.N., Kong, M.S., Soria, S.M.,
Mission Parameters Derived from Optical Flow,
JMIV(2), 1992, pp. 27-38. BibRef 9200

Hummel, R.A., and Sundareswaran, V.,
Motion Parameter Estimation from Global Flow Field Data,
PAMI(15), No. 5, May 1993, pp. 459-476.
IEEE DOI Two iterative algorithms to get the parameters of motion given the flow field. The first is flow circulation, the second is the FOE search algorithm. BibRef 9305

Sundareswaran, V.,
Egomotion from Global Flow Field Data,
Motion91(140-145). Get T and R given the optical flow field. The curl of FF is approximately linear in R. The FoE is at the center of a circle where the line integral of the FF projected on the circle is 0. BibRef 9100

Sundareswaran, V.,
Global Methods for Image Motion Analysis,
Ph.D.October 1992, BibRef 9210 NYU BibRef

Barron, J.L.[John L.],
A Survey of Approaches for Determining Optic Flow, Environmental Layout and Egomotion,
RBCV-TR-84-5, November 1984, Toronto. Survey, Optic Flow. A good survey of motion papers up to 1984, especially the optic flow papers. There are summaries of most of the equations that people use and a lot of diagrams. BibRef 8411

Prazdny, K.,
Ego Motion and a Relative Depth Map from Optical Flow,
BioCyber(36), 1980, pp. 87-102. BibRef 8000
And:
A Simple Method for Recovering Relative Depth Map in the Case of a Translating Sensor,
IJCAI81(698-699). BibRef
And:
Relative Depth and Local Surface Orientation from Image Motions,
DARPA81(47-60). Develop equations to use optical flow to recover rotation and translation direction, orientation of approaching surface. The magnitude of translation is not possible. BibRef

Prazdny, K.,
Determining the Instantaneous Direction of Motion from Optical Flow Generated by a Curvilinearly Moving Observer,
CGIP(17), No. 3, November 1981, pp. 238-248.
WWW Link. BibRef 8111
Earlier: DARPA81(14-21). BibRef
And: PRIP81(109-114). BibRef

Prazdny, K.,
Motion and Structure from Optical Flow,
IJCAI79(702-704). BibRef 7900

Prazdny, K.,
Computing Motions of Planar Surfaces from Spatio-Temporal Changes in Image Brightness,
PRIP82(256-258). BibRef 8200

Prazdny, K.,
A Sketch of a (Computational) Theory of Visual Kinesthesis,
HMV83(413-423). BibRef 8300

Rieger, J.H., and Lawton, D.T.,
Determining the Instantaneous Axis of Translation from Optic Flow Generated by Arbitrary Sensor Motion,
Motion83(33-41). BibRef 8300
And: COINSTR 83-1, UMass., January 1983. Method: compute (locally) the difference vectors from optic flow field; Threshold difference vectors; Minimize the angle between the difference vector field. BibRef

Rieger, J.H., and Lawton, D.T.,
Processing Differential Image Motion,
JOSA-A(2), 1985, pp. 254-260. BibRef 8500
Earlier: COINSTR 84-28, 1984. BibRef
Earlier: A2, A1:
The Use of Difference Fields in Processing Sensor Motion,
DARPA83(77-83). Identical paper (different title): BibRef
Sensor Motion and Relative Depth from Difference Fields of Optic Flows,
IJCAI83(1027-1031). Recover the motion of the sensor only. This is about the same as the above report (COINS 83-1). BibRef

Horn, B.K.P., and Weldon, Jr., E.J.,
Direct Methods for Recovering Motion,
IJCV(2), No. 1, June 1988, pp. 51-76.
Springer DOI Pure rotation, pure translation, or general motion with known pure rotation, using first order derivatives of the image. BibRef 8806

Horn, B.K.P., and Weldon, Jr., E.J.,
Computationally-Efficient Methods for Recovering Translational Motion,
ICCV87(2-11). Translation of the observer using a gradient approach. BibRef 8700

Sinclair, D.A., Blake, A., Murray, D.W.,
Robust Estimation of Egomotion from Normal Flow,
IJCV(13), No. 1, September 1994, pp. 57-69.
Springer DOI BibRef 9409
Earlier:
Robust ego-motion estimation,
BMVC90(xx-yy).
PDF File. 9009
BibRef

Duric, Z.[Zoran], Rosenfeld, A., and Davis, L.S.,
Egomotion Analysis Based on the Frenet-Serret Motion Model,
IJCV(15), No. 1-2, June 1995, pp. 105-122.
Springer DOI BibRef 9506
Earlier: ICCV93(703-712).
IEEE DOI See also Estimating The Heading Direction Using Normal Flow. BibRef

Heeger, D.J., and Jepson, A.D.,
Visual Perception of Three-Dimensional Motion,
NeurComp(2), 1990, pp. 129-137. BibRef 9000

Silva, C.[Cesar], Santos-Victor, J.[Jose],
Robust Egomotion Estimation from the Normal Flow Using Search Subspaces,
PAMI(19), No. 9, September 1997, pp. 1026-1034.
IEEE DOI 9710
BibRef
And:
Egomotion Estimation on a Topological Space,
ICPR98(Vol I: 64-66).
IEEE DOI 9808
BibRef

Silva, C.[César], and Santos-Victor, J.[José],
Egomotion Estimation Using Log-Polar Images,
ICCV98(967-972).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9800

Silva, C.[César], and Santos-Victor, J.[José],
Direct Egomotion Estimation,
ICPR96(I: 702-706).
IEEE DOI 9608
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Brooks, M.J.[Michael J.], Chojnacki, W.[Wojciech], Baumela, L.,
Determining the Egomotion of an Uncalibrated Camera from Instantaneous Optical Flow,
JOSA-A(14), No. 10, October 1997, pp. 2670-2677. 9710
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ECCV98(I: 281).
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Irani, M.[Michal], Rousso, B.[Benny], Peleg, S.[Shmuel],
Recovery of Ego-Motion Using Region Alignment,
PAMI(19), No. 3, March 1997, pp. 268-272.
IEEE DOI 9704
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Earlier:
Recovery of Ego-Motion Using Image Stabilization,
CVPR94(454-460).
IEEE DOI BibRef
Earlier:
Robust recovery of ego-motion,
CAIP93(371-378).
Springer DOI 9309
2D image motion is used to align the image regions, this registration removed the rotation effects. The resulting residual parallax gives the FOE, and thus the ego-translation. Rotation comes from the translation and the 2D image motion. BibRef

Cameron, S., Grossberg, S., Guenther, F.H.,
A Self-Organizing Neural-Network Architecture for Navigation Using Optic Flow,
NeurComp(10), No. 2, February 15 1998, pp. 313-352. 9802
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Verri, A.[Alessandro], and Trucco, E.[Emanuele],
Finding the Epipole from Uncalibrated Optical Flow,
IVC(17), No. 8, June 1999, pp. 605-609.
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Earlier: ICCV98(987-991).
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Fejes, S.[Sandor], Davis, L.S.[Larry S.],
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CVIU(74), No. 2, May 1999, pp. 101-120.
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Earlier: UMD--TR3815, August 1997. Partial Egomotion Estimation. Detection of Moving Objects. Robust Line Fitting. Spatio-Temporal Filtering.
WWW Link. BibRef
Earlier:
Exploring Visual Motion Using Projections of Motion Fields,
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Fejes, S.[Sandor], and Davis, L.S.[Larry S.],
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ICCV98(979-986).
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Fejes, S.[Sandor], Davis, L.S.[Larry S.],
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UMD--CS-TR-3814, July 1997. Egomotion Estimation. Fisher Discriminant. Robust Line Fitting.
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Fermüller, C.[Cornelia], Pless, R.[Robert],
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Fermüller, C., Alimonos, Y.[Yiannis],
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Fermüller, C.,
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And:
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Tzovaras, D., Ploskas, N., Strintzis, M.G.,
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Demirdjian, D.[David], Horaud, R.[Radu],
Motion-Egomotion Discrimination and Motion Segmentation from Image-Pair Streams,
CVIU(78), No. 1, April 2000, pp. 53-68. 0004

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Branca, A., Stella, E., Distante, A.,
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Tsao, A.T., Hung, Y.P., Fuh, C.S., Chen, Y.S.,
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CVPR97(457-462).
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Harding, C.M.[Cressida M.], Lane, R.G.[Richard G.],
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Mandelbaum, R.[Robert], Salgian, G.[Garbis], Sawhney, H.S.[Harpreet Singh],
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Wang, H.[Han], Song, W.L.[Wei-Lin],
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Elsevier DOI 0206
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Chapter on Optical Flow Field Computations and Use continues in
Visual Odometry, Distance Measurments from Vision, Motion .


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