@InProceedings{Werner-bmvc02,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 04 Mar 2005 },
  UPDATE  = { 2004-12-08 },
  author =       { Werner, Tom{\' a}{\v s} and Zisserman, Andrew},
  title =        { Model Selection for Automated Architectural 
                   Reconstruction from Multiple Views },
  psurl = {PDF},
  booktitle =    { BMVC 2002: Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference },
  volume =       { I },
  isbn =         { 1-901725-19-7 },
  book_pages  =  { 856 },
  publisher =    { BMVA },
  address =      { London, UK },
  year =         { 2002 },
  month =        { September },
  day =          { 2-5 },
  venue =        { Cardiff, UK },
  prestige =     { important },
  pages =        { 53--62 },
  annote = {We describe progress in automatically fitting a plane plus
    modelled perturbation surface model to represent architectural
    scenes.  There are two areas of novelty. The first is a method of
    fitting parametrized models in which the cost function is based on
    a combination of disparity and gradient extrema, both computed
    over multiple views. The second is the use of an evaluation
    criteria for model selection, learnt from training examples. We
    demonstrate the method on reconstructions of several college
    scenes from multiple images.  },
  keywords = { 3{D} computer vision, multiview geometry, 
    architecture reconstruction, close range photogrammentry },
}