Recovering three-dimensional structure from motion with surface reconstruction

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​Recovering three-dimensional structure from motion with surface reconstruction​
Hildreth, E. C.; Ando, H.; Andersen, R. A. & Treue, S.​ (1995) 
Vision Research35(1) pp. 117​-137​.​

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Hildreth, Ellen C.
Ando, Hiroshi
Andersen, Richard A.
Treue, Stefan
Abstract
This paper addresses the computational role that the construction of a complete surface representation may play in the recovery of 3-D structure from motion. We first discuss the need to integrate surface reconstruction with the structure-from-motion process, both on computational and perceptual grounds. We then present a model that combines a feature-based structure-from-motion algorithm with a smooth surface interpolation mechanism. This model allows multiple surfaces to be represented in a given viewing direction, incorporates constraints on surface structure from object boundaries, and segregates image features onto multiple surfaces on the basis of their 2-D image motion. We present the results of computer simulations that relate the qualitative behavior of this model to psychophysical observations. In a companion paper, we discuss further perceptual observations regarding the possible role of surface reconstruction in the human recovery of 3-D structure from motion.
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1995
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Journal Article
Journal
Vision Research 
Organization
Deutsches Primatenzentrum 
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Language
English

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