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With a monocular view, the nonrigid recovery of 3D motion and time-varying shapes of a deforming object may be impossible without any prior information, because ambiguous, multiple solutions exist for motion and shapes which produce the same projection image. In this paper, as a preceding step to the nonrigid recovery of a deforming object, we develop an approach for estimating the approximate average shape and motion of the object. This reasonably solves the ambiguity problem in nonrigiddoi:10.1142/s0218001405004150 fatcat:oumgu2tk5fgotd6uqrcihqk3ga