Algebraic projective geometry, with its multilinear relations and its embedding into Grassmann-Cayley algebra, has become the basic representation of multiple view geometry, resulting in deep insights into the algebraic structure of geometric relations, as well as in efficient and versatile algorithms for computer vision and image analysis. This book provides a coherent integration of algebraic projective geometry and spatial reasoning under uncertainty with applications in computer vision. Beyond systematically introducing the theoretical foundations from geometry and statistics and clear rules for performing geometric reasoning under uncertainty, the author provides a collection of detailed algorithms. The book addresses researchers and advanced students interested in algebraic projective geometry for image analysis, in statistical representation of objects and transformations, or in generic tools for testing and estimating within the context of geometric multiple-view analysis.4.7 SUGR: a Library for Statistical Uncertain Geometric Reasoning 147 second row depicts the scatter diagram for the estimated point ... observations with a factor 1.5 slower for lines. cumulative histogram I0 cumulative histogram I0 cumulative histogram I0 Plane1 1 0.2 ... Results of Monte Carlo test for point estimations.
|Title||:||Uncertain Projective Geometry|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2004-04-22|