Critical configurations for projective reconstruction from multiple views
This paper investigates a classical problem in computer vision: Given corresponding points in multiple images, when is there a unique projective reconstruction of the 3D geometry of the scene points and the camera positions? A set of points and cameras is said to be critical when there is more than one way of realizing the resulting image points. For two views, it has been known for almost a century that the critical configurations consist of points and camera lying on a ruled quadric surface....[Show more]
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