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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We revisit the bilinear matching constraint b e t ween two perspective views of a 3D scene. Our objective is to represent the constraint in the same manner and form as the trilinear constraint among three views. The motivation is to establish a common terminology that bridges between the fundamental matrix F associated with the bilinear constraint and the trifocal tensor T jk i associated with the trilinearities. By achieving this goal we can unify both the properties and the techniquesdoi:10.1007/3-540-49437-5_4 fatcat:t3dgehlunzawzc4saqyfmsec3i