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Trajectory reconstruction for affine structure-from-motion by global and local constraints
2009 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
The problem of reconstructing a 3D scene from a moving camera can be solved by means of the so-called Factorization method. It directly computes a global solution without the need to merge several partial reconstructions. However, if the trajectories are not complete, i.e. not every feature point could be observed in all the images, this method cannot be used. We use a Factorization-style algorithm for recovering the unobserved feature positions in a non-incremental way. This method uniformlydoi:10.1109/cvprw.2009.5206664 fatcat:w7kyd5p3kfbjtdklxvk2pf7mty