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SLAM:
o tutorial on SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping)
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simultaneous_localization_and_mapping wiki page] with list of refs
o Daniel Cremers work on helicopters/SLAM (TU Munich)
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* Thrun, "Probabilistic algorithms in robotics" [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/bruno/3DFM/thrun-SLAM.pdf pdf]
o Newcombe and Davison work on fast single camera SLAM
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* Daniel Cremers work on helicopters/SLAM (TU Munich) [http://vision.in.tum.de/research/image-based_3d_reconstruction URL]
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* Newcombe and Davison, "Live dense reconstruction with a single moving camera work on fast single camera", [http://redwood.berkeley.edu/bruno/3DFM/newcombe-davison.pdf pdf]
  
 
Psychophysics:
 
Psychophysics:

Revision as of 22:55, 24 March 2013

Mondays at 1:00, Evans 560

3D models from images:

  • Hartley and Zisserman: Multiple View Geometry (Amazon)
  • Hoiem and Savarese: 3D object recognition and scene interpretation, book pdf
  • Hoiem Ph.D. thesis "SEEING THE WORLD BEHIND THE IMAGE" pdf
  • Cashman and Fitzgibbons: "What Shape are Dolphins? Building 3D Morphable Models from 2D Images" pdf
  • Snavely and Seitz, "Photo tourism" (aka photosynth), pdf

SLAM:

  • wiki page with list of refs
  • Thrun, "Probabilistic algorithms in robotics" pdf
  • Daniel Cremers work on helicopters/SLAM (TU Munich) URL
  • Newcombe and Davison, "Live dense reconstruction with a single moving camera work on fast single camera", pdf

Psychophysics:

o Glennerster and Fitzgibbon, "View-Based Approaches to Spatial Representation in Human Vision"
o Nakayama et al. (1995)
o Wexler work on depth from self-motion/parallax