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FDD3315 Multiple View Geometry
in Computer Vision, PhD course
Spring 2010 (Periods 3&4)
- A basic problem in computer vision is to reconstruct a real world scene given several images of it.
This course presents techniques for solving this problem that are taken from projective geometry and photogrammetry. It is organized as a reading course based on the R. Hartley and A. Zisserman's book Multiple View Geometry in Computer Vision.
Eligible for undergraduate and graduate students at KTH (as well as
external participants). The course is given in English.
If you are not taking the course you are still very welcome to join the presentation part of the meetings (every second Thursday 3-4:30pm, see Schedule & Activity).
Latest course news
The course has finished. Thanks all of you for attending the meetings. Spacial thanks for Omid and Niklas for solving the most difficult exercise problems and implementing algorithms. The results will be discussed on an individual basis and you will be informed about them before the end of June.
The last course meeting will take place on 10th of June at 14:00.
To be read before the meeting: Sections 3.5-3.7 (absolute conic) and 19.1-19.4 (auto-calibration).
Contact person: Marianna Madry (), CSC, Computer Vision and Active Perception Laboratory (CVAP)
Course responsible: Stefan Carlsson and Danica Kragic, CSC, CVAP
Last modified: 2010-06-10