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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This study describes a full model of calibrating an omnidirectional stereo vision system, which includes the rotation and translation between the camera and mirrors, and an algorithm implemented with a backpropagation technique of the neural network to determine this relative position from observations of known points in a single image. The system is composed of a perspective camera and two hyperbolic mirrors, which are configured to be separate and coaxial besides sharing one focus thatdoi:10.1007/11760023_56 fatcat:rrtyehqsvngvxktjtutt7h3oqe