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The main points covered in this lecture are:
- A perspective (central) projection camera is represented by a matrix.
- The most general perspective transformation transformation between two
planes (a world plane and the image plane, or two image planes
induced by a world plane) is a plane projective transformation.
This can be computed from the correspondence of four (or more) points.
- The epipolar geometry between two views is represented by
the fundamental matrix. This can be computed from the correspondence
of seven (or more) points.
Both geometric and algebraic descriptions
Wed Apr 16 00:58:54 BST 1997