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CAMERA MOTION DETERMINATION FROM DYNAMIC PERCEPTUAL GROUPING OF LINE SEGMENTS
Jonathan Lawn and Roberto Cipolla
We present here a discussion on the use of perceptual grouping to improve structure and egomotion recovery algorithms for monocular cameras. In particular we look at grouping lines to avoid the need for trinocular algorithms. We also present a number of methods for grouping lines, including a novel method that infers planar groups from those demonstrating a linear deformation.
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