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See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. We return to two- and three-view geometry but now within a more general framework which naturally extends to four- and n-views. The fundamental projective relations over multiple views arise from the intersection of lines back-projected from points and planes back-projected from lines. Richard Hartley.
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Multiple View Geometry in Computer Vision. Second Edition. Richard Hartley. Australian National University,. Canberra, Australia. Andrew Zisserman. University.
Instructor: Ben Ochoa Email: bochoa at ucsd. TA: Nick Kinkade Email: nkinkade at eng. This course covers topics in imaging geometry using techniques from computer vision, photogrammetry, and projective geometry.