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|Title: ||Recognizing large 3-D objects through next view planning using an uncalibrated camera|
|Authors: ||ROY, SD|
|Keywords: ||appearance-based parts|
|Issue Date: ||2001|
|Publisher: ||IEEE COMPUTER SOC|
|Citation: ||EIGHTH IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER VISION, VOL II, PROCEEDINGS,276-281|
|Abstract: ||We present a new on-line scheme for the recognition and pose estimation of a large isolated 3-D object, which may not entirely fit in a camera's field of view. We do not assume any knowledge of the internal parameters of the camera, or their constancy We use a probabilistic reasoning framework for recognition and next view planning. We show results of successful recognition and pose estimation even in cases of a high degree of interpretation ambiguity associated with the initial view.|
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