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Linux Programming by Example: The Fundamentals


Linux Programming by Example: The Fundamentals
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This gentle yet thorough introduction to the art of UNIX system programming uses code from a wide range of familiar programs to illustrate each concept it teaches Readers will enjoy an interesting mix of in depth API descriptions and portability guidelines and will come away well prepared to begin reading and writing systems applications This work focuses on central catadioptric systems from the early step of calibration to high level tasks such as 3D information retrieval The book opens with a thorough introduction to the sphere camera model along with an analysis of the relation between this model and actual central catadioptric systems Then a new approach to calibrate any single viewpoint catadioptric camera is described This is followed by an analysis of existing methods for calibrating central omnivision systems and a detailed examination of hybrid two view relations that combine images acquired with uncalibrated central catadioptric systems and conventional cameras In the remaining chapters the book discusses a new method to compute the scale space of any omnidirectional image acquired with a central catadioptric system and a technique for computing the orientation of a hand held omnidirectional catadioptric camera

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By: Arnold Robbins, Published 2004-04-22 by Prentice Hall


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