A novel 3D planar object reconstruction from multiple uncalibrated images using the plane-induced homographies,
PRL(25), No. 12, September 2004, pp. 1399-1410.
Elsevier DOI 0409
Projective reconstruction of all planes in images. BibRef
Untwisting a Projective Reconstruction,
IJCV(60), No. 2, November 2004, pp. 165-183.
DOI Link 0406
Calibration with Robust Use of Cheirality by Quasi-Affine Reconstruction of the Set of Camera Projection Centres,
IEEE DOI 0106
Projective reconstruction to metric reconstruction. Transform projective reconstruction to metric. First transform so that no twisted pairs. Then local perturbation to get the model. BibRef
The projective reconstruction of points, lines, quadrics, plane conics and degenerate quadrics using uncalibrated cameras,
IVC(23), No. 8, 1 August 2005, pp. 693-706.
Elsevier DOI 0508
Geometric approach for simultaneous projective reconstruction of points, lines, planes, quadrics, plane conics and degenerate quadrics,
IEEE DOI 0409
Noise can break the limits of the cost function. See also Geometric Approach for the Theory and Applications of 3D Projective Invariants, A. BibRef
Projective reconstruction of all visual primitives,
PR(38), No. 12, December 2005, pp. 2301-2313.
Elsevier DOI 0510
Bunle Adjustment to refine. N uncalibrated views. BibRef
A column-space approach to projective reconstruction,
CVIU(101), No. 3, March 2006, pp. 166-176.
Elsevier DOI 0601
Structure from motion, factorization. BibRef
Projective Reconstruction from Multiple Views with Minimization of 2D Reprojection Error,
IJCV(66), No. 3, March 2006, pp. 305-317.
Springer DOI 0604
Earlier: A2, A1:
A Factorization-Based Method for Projective Reconstruction with Minimization of 2-D Reprojection Errors,
Springer DOI 0303
A Self-calibration Algorithm Based on a Unified Framework for Constraints on Multiple Views,
JMIV(44), No. 3, November 2012, pp. 432-448.
WWW Link. 1209
A factorization-based projective reconstruction algorithm with circular motion constraint,
IEEE DOI 0505
Factorization-based Hierarchical Reconstruction for Circular Motion,
HTML Version. 0508
Projective reconstruction from line-correspondences in multiple uncalibrated images,
PR(39), No. 5, May 2006, pp. 889-896.
Elsevier DOI 0604
Projective reconstruction; Line reconstruction; Line correspondence BibRef
Projective reconstruction of ellipses from multiple images,
PR(43), No. 3, March 2010, pp. 545-556.
Elsevier DOI 1001
Multiple views; Projective reconstruction; Ellipse reconstruction; Conic correspondence BibRef
3D Model Reconstruction from Turntable Sequence with Multiple-View Triangulation,
Springer DOI 0911
Three-dimensional curve reconstruction from multiple images,
IET-CV(6), No. 4, 2012, pp. 273-284.
DOI Link 1209
3D Curves Reconstruction from Multiple Images,
IEEE DOI 1012
Augmented Lagrangian Approach for Projective Reconstruction from Multiple Views,
IEEE DOI 0609
A subspace method for projective reconstruction from multiple images with missing data,
IVC(24), No. 5, 1 May 2006, pp. 515-524.
Elsevier DOI 0606
Multiple views; Subspace method; Factorization method; Structure from motion BibRef
Critical Configurations for 1-View in Projections from Pk -> P2,
JMIV(27), No. 3, April 2007, pp. 277-287.
Springer DOI 0704
For set of points in one view. See also On Projection Matrices P^k, -> P^2, k=,3..., 6, and their Applications in Computer Vision. BibRef
Reconstruction of Some Segmented and Dynamic Scenes: Trifocal Tensors in P4 Theoretical Set Up for Critical Loci, and Instability,
Springer DOI 0812
Instability of Projective Reconstruction of Dynamic Scenes near Critical Configurations,
IEEE DOI 0710
Borghese, N.A.[N. Alberto],
Tracking 3D Orientation through Corresponding Conics,
Springer DOI 0909
A New Solution for Projective Reconstruction Based on Coupled Line Cameras,
ETRI Journal(35), No. 5, October 2013, pp. 939.
WWW Link. 1310
See also Camera calibration from a single image based on coupled line cameras and rectangle constraint. BibRef
New Geometric Interpretation and Analytic Solution for Quadrilateral Reconstruction,
IEEE DOI 1412
Hartley, R.I.[Richard I.],
A Generalized Projective Reconstruction Theorem and Depth Constraints for Projective Factorization,
IJCV(115), No. 2, November 2015, pp. 87-114.
Springer DOI 1511
On Projective Reconstruction in Arbitrary Dimensions,
IEEE DOI 1409
On Computing Metric Upgrades of Projective Reconstructions Under the Rectangular Pixel Assumption,
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Critical sets for 3D reconstruction using lines,
Springer DOI 9205
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