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Now, if there is only the minimum number of three corresponding points, they are certainly all in one plane. Anyway, this simplifies the above mentioned procedures and has been exploited to very effective equations, still preserving the least-squares optimality of the result . Thus, for the 3D-3D absolute orientation task, indeed, there exist effective direct procedures for minimum information and with properties (A)-(D), defined in Sect. 3. 4 Uniqueness Conditions of Basic Orientation Tasks As with many other geometrical tasks solved indirectly the previously discussed three basic orientation procedures may yield multiple solutions or unstable solutions or even indeterminate solutions.
G. for real-time control of a robot. Finally, for keeping software systems simple a universal approach comprising property (D) is worthwhile. Now, we will look into the literature to see whether there are procedures for all three basic orientation tasks with property (A)-(D). In the survey of literature we have included - as before- early photogrammetric references. 1 2D-2D Relative Orientation The relative position up to an unknown scale factor and rotation of an image reference frame in 3D space with respect to another image reference frame (for example two neighboring aerial images in Fig.
For many applications this amount is fully sufficient. Horn's paper conveys a very coherent insight into the variety of approaches of relative orientation and their problems, seen from various aspects. His approach - also based on quaternions, also iterative - has to be supplied as well with sufficiently close initial approximations for the parameters. However, he proposes a systematic sampling of parameter space, controlled by appropriate error functions, to defeat the dependence on sufficient initial parameters.