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3D computer vision : efficient methods and applications

Author: Christian Wöhler
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2009.
Series: X.media.publishing.
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This book provides an introduction to the foundations of three-dimensional computer vision and describes recent contributions to the field. It examines three-dimensional scene analysis and surface  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christian Wöhler
ISBN: 9783642017315 3642017312 9783642017322 3642017320
OCLC Number: 401151166
Description: xvi, 385 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. Methods of 3D Computer Vision --
1. Geometric Approaches to Three-dimensional Scene Reconstruction --
1.1. The Pinhole Camera Model --
1.2. Bundle Adjustment Methods --
1.3. Geometric Aspects of Stereo Image Analysis --
1.3.1. Euclidean Formulation of Stereo Image Analysis --
1.3.2. Stereo Image Analysis in Terms of Projective Geometry --
1.4. Geometric Calibration of Single and Multiple Cameras --
1.4.1. Methods for Intrinsic Camera Calibration --
1.4.2. The Direct Linear Transform (DLT) Method --
1.4.3. The Camera Calibration Method by Tsai (1987) --
1.4.4. The Camera Calibration Method by Zhang (1999a) --
1.4.5. The Camera Calibration Method by Bouguet (2007) --
1.4.6. Self-calibration of Camera Systems from Multiple Views of a Static Scene --
1.4.7. Semi-automatic Calibration of Multlocular Camera Systems --
1.4.8. Accurate Localisation of Chequerboard Corners --
1.5. Stereo Image Analysis in Standard Geometry --
1.5.1. Image Rectification According to Standard Geometry --
1.5.2. The Determination of Corresponding Points --
1.6. Three-dimensional Pose Estimation and Segmentation Methods --
1.6.1. Pose Estimation of Rigid Objects --
1.6.1. Pose Estimation of Non-rigid and Articulated Objects --
1.6.1. Point Cloud Segmentation Approaches --
2. Photometric Approaches to Three-dimensional Scene Reconstruction --
2.1. Shape from Shadow --
2.1.1. Extraction of Shadows from Image Pairs --
2.1.2. Shadow-based Surface Reconstruction from Dense Sets of Images --
2.2. Shape from Shading --
2.2.1. The Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function (BRDF) --
2.2.2. Determination of Surface Gradients --
2.2.3. Reconstruction of Height from Gradients --
2.2. 4Surface Reconstruction Based on Eikonal Equations --
2.3. Photometric Stereo --
2.3.1. Classical Photometric Stereo Approaches --
2.3.2. Photometric Stereo Approaches Based on Ratio Images --
2.4. Shape from Polarisation --
2.4.1. Surface Orientation from Dielectric Polarisation Models --
2.4.2. Determination of Polarimetric Properties of Rough Metallic Surfaces for Three-dimensional Reconstruction Purposes --
3. Real-aperture Approaches to Three-dimensional Scene Reconstruction --
3.1. Depth from Focus --
3.2. Depth from Defocus --
3.2.1. Basic Principles --
3.2.2. Determination of Small Depth Differences --
3.2.3. Determination of Absolute Depth Across Broad Ranges --
4. Integrated Frameworks for Three-dimensional Scene Reconstruction --
4.1. Monocular Three-dimensional Scene Reconstruction at Absolute Scale --
4.1.1. Combining Motion, Structure, and Defocus --
4.1.2. Online Version of the Algorithm --
4.1.3. Experimental Evaluation Based on Tabletop Scenes --
4.1.4. Discussion --
4.2. Self-consistent Combination of Shadow and Shading Features --
4.2.1. Selection of a Shape from Shading Solution Based on Shadow Analysis --
4.2.2. Accounting for the Detailed Shadow Structure in the Shape from Shading Formalism --
4.2.3. Initialisation of the Shape from Shading Algorithm Based on Shadow Analysis --
4.2.4. Experimental Evaluation Based on Synthetic Data --
4.2.5. Discussion --
4.3. Shape from Photopolarimetric Reflectance and Depth --
4.3.1. Shape from Photopolarimetric Reflectance --
4.3.2. Estimation of the Surface Albedo --
4.3.3. Integration of Depth Information --
4.3.4. Experimental Evaluation Based on Synthetic Data --
4.3.5. Discussion --
4.4. Stereo Image Analysis of Non-Lambertian Surfaces --
4.4.1. Iterative Scheme for Disparity Estimation --
4.4.1. Qualitative Behaviour of the Specular Stereo Algorithm --
4.5. Three-dimensional Pose Estimation Based on Combinations of Monocular Cues --
4.5.1. Appearance-based Pose Estimation Relying on Multiple Monocular Cues --
4.5.2. Contour-based Pose Estimation Using Depth from Defocus --
Part II. Application Scenarios --
5. Applications to Industrial Quality Inspection --
5.1. Inspection of Rigid Parts --
5.1.1. Object Detection by Pose Estimation --
5.1.2. Pose Refinement --
5.2. Inspection of Non-rigid Parts --
5.3. Inspection of Metallic Surfaces --
5.3.1. Inspection Based on Integration of Shadow and Shading Features --
5.3.2. Inspection of Surfaces with Non-uniform Albedo --
5.3.3. Inspection Based on SfPR and SfPRD --
5.3.4. Inspection Based on Specular Stereo --
5.3.5. Discussion --
6. Applications to Safe Human-Robot Interaction --
6.1. Vision-based Human-Robot Interaction --
6.1.1. The Role of Gestures in Human-Robot Interaction --
6.1.2. Safe Human-Robot Interaction --
6.1.3. Pose Estimation of Articulated Objects in the Context of Human-Robot Interaction --
6.2. Object Detection and Tracking in Three-dimensional Point Clouds --
6.3. Detection and Spatio-temporal Pose Estimation of Human Body Parts --
6.4. Three-dimensional Tracking of Human Body Parts --
7. Applications to Lunar Remote Sensing --
7.1. Three-dimensional Surface Reconstruction Methods for Planetary Remote Sensing --
7.1.1. Topographic Mapping of Solar System Bodies --
7.1.2. Reflectance Behaviour of Planetary Regolith Surfaces --
7.2. Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Lunar Impact Craters --
7.2.1. Shadow-based Measurement of Crater Depth --
7.2.2. Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Lunar Impact Craters at High Resolution --
7.3. Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Lunar Wrinkle Ridges and Faults --
7.4. Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Lunar Domes --
7.4.1. General Overview of Lunar Mare Domes --
7.4.2. Observations of Lunar Mare Domes --
7.4.3. Image-based Determination of Morphometric Data --
7.4.4. Geophysical Insights Gained from Topographic Data --
8. Conclusion.
Series Title: X.media.publishing.
Responsibility: Christian Wöhler.

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