@Article{Werner-Computing2000,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 08 Nov 2002 },
  author =    {Werner, Tom{\'a}{\v s} and 
               Pajdla, Tom{\'a}{\v s} and 
               Hlav{\'a}{\v c}, V{\'a}clav and 
               Leonardis, Ale{\v s} and 
               Matou{\v s}ek, Martin},
  title =     {Selection of Reference Images for Image-Based Representation},
  year =      { 2002 },
  month =     { March },
  pages =     { 163--180 },
  journal =   {Computing},
  publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
  address =   {Heidelberg, Germany},
  issn =      { 0010-485X },
  volume =    { 68 },
  number =    { 2 },
  authorship = {35-25-20-10-10},
  project =   {MSM 212300013, MSMT KONTAKT 2001/019, OMNIVIEWS 1999-29017,
               GACR 102/00/1679, GACR 102/01/0971},
UPDATE      = { 2002-05-09 },
psurl       = { [pdf@springer] },
abstract    = { In computer vision, an attention has been devoted to image-based
                scene representations. They allow to construct an arbitrary view
                of a rigid 3-D scene using transfer from two real 2-D reference
                images, rather than by rendering an explicit 3-D model. We focus
                on selecting the optimal set of reference images from a large
                set of images representing the scene. The selected set minimizes
                a weighted sum of the number of reference views and the total
                fit error. We propose two different algorithms for solving this
                optimization problem. The experimental results on synthetic and
                real data indicate the feasibility of the approach for
                one-parameter camera motion. The possibility is shown to extend
                one of the algorithms for more general cases. },
memo        = { First version is listed as Technical report Werner-TR-2000-22 },
}