SOLVING LOCAL OPTIMA PROBLEM IN OBJECT MOVEMENT COMPUTATION
In this paper, we have proposed that local optima exist for object motion calculation. While using the optimization method for object motion computation, we present a method to calculate the initial value necessary to overcome the local optima. The object motion was calculated for scenes photographed with a moving camera using the proposed method, and the result is presented using three-dimensional reconstruction.
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