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Photogrammetric Computer Vision

The mathematical-physical modelling of a sensor is treated by taking photographic cameras as example. The modelling is completely done by means of algebraic projective geometry. Important is the learning of spatial object reconstruction from image data of various sensors and the complete modelling of technically relevant aspects in a homogeneous mathematical framework. This approach can also be used for 3D computer graphics representations.

Lectures
Title
Cycle
SWS
Component
Room
Lecturer
Photogrammetric Computer Vision
Winter term
4
LE
MA 041
Hellwich


Photogrammetric Computer Vision
Winter term
2
EX
EB 202
Matern
This lecture is part of the module 970.

All information can be found on ISIS.


 

 

News
Date
Information
01.08.2022
The first lecture will take place on 24.10.2022 at 12:00 o'clock in room MA 041 and the first exercise on 26.10.2022 at 14:00 o'clock. All information can be found on ISIS.


Literature

Textbooks: Photogrammetric Computer Vision
Author
Title
Edition
Publisher
Year
O. Faugeras und
Q.T.  Luong                                               

The Geometry of Multiple Images
MIT Press
2004
R. Hartley und A. Zisserman
Multiple View Geometry in Computer Vision
2.
Cambridge University Press
2004
Y. Ma, S. Soatto, J. Kosecka und S. Sastry
An Invitation to 3D-Vision - From Images to Geometric Models
2.
Springer Verlag
2004
K. Kraus
Photogrammetrie, Band 1
7.
Gruyter Verlag
2004
T. Luhmann
Nahbereichsphotogrammetrie
1.
Wichmann Verlag
2000
J.C. McGlone, E.M. Mikhail und J. Bethel
Manual of Photogrammetry
5.
ASPRS
2004
M. Pollefeys
Shape-from-Video Tutorial
W.H. Press, B.P. Flannery, S.A. Teukolsky und W.T. Vetterling
Numerical Recipes in C ++
2.
Cambridge University Press
2002
V. Rodehorst
Photogrammetrische 3D-Rekonstruktion
Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Berlin
2004

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