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|Notes:||1st. ed 2009.|
|Description:||xvii, 381 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Part I: Methods of 3D Computer Vision Triangulation-based Approaches to Three-dimensional Scene Reconstruction Three-dimensional Pose Estimation and SegmentationMethods Intensity-based and Polarisation-based Approaches Point Spread Function Based Approaches to Three-dimensional Scene Reconstruction Integrated Frameworks for Three-dimensional Scene Reconstruction Part II: Application Scenarios Applications to Industrial Quality Inspection Applications to Safe Human-Robot Interaction Applications to Lunar Remote Sensing Conclusion|
"I do recommend serious consideration of this book for a one-semester advanced graduate course on methods for 3D scene reconstruction, based on the first five chapters. For graduate students pursuing