Einführung in Computer Vision

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  • Introductive Level

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Erstes Kapitel: Wissenswertes über Bilder (Darstellung von Bildern, Bildgradient, Merkmalspunkte, Korrespondenzschätzung)
Zweites Kapitel: Bildentstehung (Lochkameramodell, Homogene Koordinaten, Euklidische Bewegungen, Perspektivische Projektion mit kalibrierter Kamera, Bild, Ur-Bild und Co-Bild)
Drittes Kapitel: Epipolargeometrie (Epipolargleichung, Epipole und Epipolarlinien, 8-Punkt-Algorithmus, 3D-Rekonstruktion, Die Fundamentalmatrix)
Viertes Kapitel: Planare Szenen (Planare Epipolargleichung, 4-Punkt-Algorithmus, Kamerakalibrierung)




  • Martin Kleinsteuber - Electrical Engineering and Information Technology


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