@InProceedings{Werner-cipa01,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 04 Mar 2005 },
  UPDATE  = { 2004-12-08 },
  author =       { Werner, Tom{\' a}{\v s} and Schaffalitzky, Fred and 
                   Zisserman, Andrew },
  title =        { Automated Architecture Reconstruction from Close-Range Photogrammetry },
  psurl = {PDF},
  booktitle =    { Proc. on CIPA 2001 International Symposium: Surveying and
   Documentation of Historic Buildings -- Monuments -- Sites,
   Traditional and Modern Methods },
  isbn =         { 0256-1840 },
  publisher =    { The ICOMOS/ISPRS Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage },
  address =      { CIPA 2001 organizing committee, Technical University Berlin, Germany },
  year =         { 2001 },
  month =        { September },
  day =          { 18-21 },
  venue =        { Potsdam, German },
  prestige =     { important },
  annote = { We describe a method of automated reconstruction of
    buildings from a set of uncalibrated photographs. The method
    proceeds in two steps (i) Recovering the camera corresponding to
    each photograph and a set of sparse scene features using
    uncalibrated structure from motion techniques developed in the
    Computer Vision community. (ii) A novel plane-sweep algorithm
    which progressively constructs a piecewise planar 3D model of the
    building. In both steps, the rich geometric constraints present in
    architectural scenes are utilized. It is also demonstrated that
    window indentations may be computed automatically.

    The methods are illustrated on an image triplet of a college court
    at Oxford, and on the CIPA reference image set of Zurich City Hall. },
  keywords = { 3{D} computer vision, multiview geometry, 
    architecture reconstruction, close range photogrammetry },
}