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Selfcalibration of a rotating camera with a translational offset
 IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation
, 2004
"... Abstract—Camera self calibration, based on a purely rotational movement of the camera, receives the most attention among different camera selfcalibration methods due to its algorithmic simplicity. The existing purely rotational methods, however, assume camera rotates around its optical center, ther ..."
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, therefore yielding no translation offset. This assumption is not realistic, since in practice, the precise location of the optical center is often unknown, and the rotation is often performed about an unknown but fixed point near the optical center. The conventional methods tend to ignore the offset
Closedform solution of absolute orientation using unit quaternions
 J. Opt. Soc. Am. A
, 1987
"... Finding the relationship between two coordinate systems using pairs of measurements of the coordinates of a number of points in both systems is a classic photogrammetric task. It finds applications in stereophotogrammetry and in robotics. I present here a closedform solution to the leastsquares pr ..."
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translational offset is the difference between the centroid of the coordinates in one system and the rotated and scaled centroid of the coordinates in the other system. The best scale is equal to the ratio of the rootmeansquare deviations of the coordinates in the two systems from their respective centroids
Fast Similarity Search in the Presence of Noise, Scaling, and Translation in TimeSeries Databases
 In VLDB
, 1995
"... We introduce a new model of similarity of time sequences that captures the intuitive notion that two sequences should be considered similar if they have enough nonoverlapping timeordered pairs of subsequences thar are similar. The model allows the amplitude of one of the two sequences to be scaled ..."
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to be scaled by any suitable amount and its offset adjusted appropriately. Two subsequences are considered similar if one can be enclosed within an envelope of a specified width drawn around the other. The model also allows nonmatching gaps in the matching subsequences. The matching subsequences need
Temporal variation in the interhemispheric offset
"... Abstract. Contemporaneous treering dated wood, from trees in the northern and southern hemispheres, gives different 14C dates. Previous studies [Vogel et al., 1986; 1993] using wood from South Africa and The Netherlands have shown depletion's of4.56 + 0.85%0 and5.12 + 0.62%0 respectively. Th ..."
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. This translates to age differences of 36 + 7 and 41 _+ 5 years (yrs) with the southern hemisphere giving the older dates. More recently, Stuiver and Braziunas [1998] have shown that an offset of 23 + 4 yrs exists between combined 19th century wood measurements from Tasmania and Chile in the southern
OffsetPolygon Annulus Placement Problems
, 1997
"... In this paper we address several variants of the polygon annulus placement problem: given an input polygon P and a set S of points, find an optimal placement of P that maximizes the number of points in S that fall in a certain annulus region defined by P and some offset distance ffi ? 0. We address ..."
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In this paper we address several variants of the polygon annulus placement problem: given an input polygon P and a set S of points, find an optimal placement of P that maximizes the number of points in S that fall in a certain annulus region defined by P and some offset distance ffi ? 0. We
Interleaving schemes on circulant graphs with two offsets
, 2008
"... Interleaving is used for errorcorrecting on a bursty noisy channel. Given a graph G describing the topology of the channel, we label the vertices of G so that each labelset is sufficiently sparse. The interleaving scheme corrects for any error burst of size at most t; it is a labeling where the di ..."
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the distance between any two vertices in the same labelset is at least t. We consider interleaving schemes on infinite circulant graphs with two offsets 1 and d. In such graph the vertices are integers; edge ij exists if and only if i − j  ∈ {1, d}. Our goal is to minimize the number of labels used. Our
SelfIntersections and Smoothness of General Offset Surfaces
 Journal of Geometry
"... Introduction and Definitions We have the following problem: Given is a solid M in space, which is piecewise curvature continuous, but may have curvature discontinuities along curves, and even edges. There is also given a strictly convex body N . We try to find conditions on M and N which characteriz ..."
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characterize the situation that N can move in a purely translational manner such that it always touches M , the interiors of M and N are distinct, and such that the envelope of N during this twoparameter motion is precisely M? In [6] and [8] the problem is studied in the context of threeaxis milling
Modeling and Animation of Generalized Cylinders with Variable Radius Offset Space Curves
 THE JOURNAL OF VISUALIZATION AND COMPUTER ANIMATION
, 1994
"... A method is presented for the modeling and animation of generalized cylinders with variable radius offset space curves. The boundary surface of a generalized cylinder is constructed: either as a translational sweep of crosssectional curves along the skeleton curve, or as a rotational sweep of profi ..."
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A method is presented for the modeling and animation of generalized cylinders with variable radius offset space curves. The boundary surface of a generalized cylinder is constructed: either as a translational sweep of crosssectional curves along the skeleton curve, or as a rotational sweep
ESTIMATING INTRINSIC ACCURACY OF AIRBORNE LASER DATA WITH LOCAL 3DOFFSETS
"... Airborne laser systems provide a threedimensional (3D) perception of the Earth’s topography with clouds of points. Whereas the technique ensures a high theoritical quality, one can observe discrepancies in certain areas. This situation may be of importance in case of joint sensor application, like ..."
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Model (DEM), and as a result estimating intrastrip errors. It is based on calculating local linear deformations with a tridimensionnal accumulator (translation space). We show that searching for local discrepancy is equivalent to compute the maximum of the accumulator. 2D and 3D simulated problems
Biomass Removal and Carbon 1 Forest Biomass Removal for Fossil Fuels Offsets
, 2007
"... Kellen N. Nelson – Worked with the Coalition for the Upper South Platte and PikeSan Isabel NF to identify inventory data we used as a starting point for the analysis, performed the model runs and wrote the first draft of the report. Daniel M. Kashian – Was a postdoctoral fellow at Colorado State U ..."
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University with Mike Ryan and Bill Romme for most of this project. Provided additional expertise on forest carbon cycles and was Nelson's immediate supervisor. Michael G. Ryan – Conceived and directed project, designed the analysis, identified and approved equations for translating tree dimensions
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