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2009.04.20 13:09 잡다꼼


Multiple View Geometry in Computer Vision 이라는 책이 있습니다

증강현실 (AR) 분야의 선구자이자 아버지라고 불리우는 Richard Hartley 호주국립대 교수께서 작성한 책이라고 하네요


전 몰랐는데 이 책이 거의 Bible 이라고 합니다.

일본 교수가 만들었던 ARToolkit과 더불어 또 하나의 바이블을 만나는군요.


지금 서강대 게스트하우스에 머물면서 강연 및 기타 활동을 하고 계신다는데

한 번 뵙고 얘기도 들어보고 싶군요.. ㅎㅎ

 

[저 엄청난 관련 글 수 -_-;;; 정말 대가시군요..]

  

Talk by Prof. Richard Hartley, one of the most cited scientist in Computer Vision

Prof. Richard Hartley

Prof. Richard Hartley

Richard Hartley received his BSc degree from the Australian National University (ANU) in 1971, his MSc degree in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1972, and his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Toronto, Canada, in 1976. He is currently a Professor and member of the computer vision group in the Department of Information Engineering at ANU. He also belongs to the Vision Science Technology and Applications Program in National ICT Australia, a government funded research institute. He did his PhD thesis in Knot Theory and worked in this area for several years before joining the General Electric Research and Development Center, where he worked from 1985 to 2001. During the period 1985-1988, he was involved in the design and implementation of Computer-Aided Design tools for electronic design and created a very successful design system called the Parsifal Silicon Compiler, described in his book "Digit Serial Computation". In 1991 he was awarded GE's Dushman Award for this work. Around 1990 he developed an interest in Computer Vision, and in 2000, he co-authored (with Andrew Zisserman) a book on Multiple View Geometry. He has authored over 100 papers in Knot Theory, Geometric Voting Theory, Computational Geometry, Computer-Aided Design, and Computer Vision, and holds 34 US patents.

Abstract of the talk:

He will discuss algorithms for finding the motion of a multi-camera rig such as a set of fixed cameras mounted on a moving vehicle, without significant overlap between the cameras' fields of view. Several different algorithms will be discussed, including a linear solution based on Pless's generalized essential matrix, and an L-infinity optimal solution based on a branch-and-bound search over rotation space. The talk will include an overview of optimal Structure and Motion techniques, including in particular recent work in L-infinity optimization


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