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Type: Conference paper
Title: Building models of regular scenes from structure-and-motion
Author: Van Den Hengel, A.
Dick, A.
Thormaehlen, T.
Ward, B.
Torr, P.
Citation: British Machine Vision Conference 2006 [electronic resource] / M.J. Chantler, E. Trucco & R.B. Fisher (eds.), vol I, pp. www1-9
Publisher: BMVA
Publisher Place: CDROM
Issue Date: 2006
ISBN: 1904410146
Conference Name: British Machine Vision Conference (17th : 2006 : Edinburgh)
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A. van den Hengel, A. Dick, T. Thormaehlen, P. Torr and B. Ward
Abstract: This paper describes a method for generating a model-based reconstruction of a scene from image data. The method uses the camera models and point cloud typically generated by a structure-and-motion process as a starting point for developing a higher level model of the scene. The method relies on the user to provide a minimal amount of structural seeding information from which more complex geometry is extrapolated. The regularity typically present in man-made environments is used to minimise the interaction required, but also to improve the accuracy of fit. We demonstrate model based reconstructions obtained using this method.
RMID: 0020062696
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