@InProceedings{Matousek-CVWW2002,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 08 Nov 2002 },
  UPDATE  = { 2002-05-09 },
  author =      {Matou{\v s}ek, Martin and Hlav{\'a}{\v c}, V{\'a}clav},
  title =       {Correspondences From Epipolar Plane Images,
                 Experimental Evaluation},
  project =     {MSM 212300013, GACR 102/00/1679},
  year =        {2002},
  pages       = { 11--18 },
  booktitle =   {Proceedings of the CVWW'02},
  volume =      {},
  editor =      {Horst Wildenauer, Walter Kropatsch},
  isbn =        {},
  book_pages  = { 335 },
  publisher =   { Pattern Recognition \& Image Processing Group, 
                  Vienna University of Technology },
  address =     {Wien, Austria},
  month    =    {February},
  day =         {4--7},
  venue =       {Bad Aussee, Austria},
  psurl =       { [Matousek-CVWW2002.pdf] },
  abstract = { The method seeking correspondences in Epipolar Plane
               Images (EPI) is presented. The principal idea is to
               employ dense sequence to get more information which
               could guide the correspondence algorithm. Theoretically
               a simple technique finding homogeneous straight lines
               in EPI suffices to establish correspondences.

               This paper verifies the method in real experiments. The
               paper builds on results
               of~\cite{Matousek-CVWW2001}. Real data uncovered
               several optical and mechanical phenomena which
               introduce additional problems. They are revealed in the
               paper one by one and undone. },
}