@inproceedings{Young-iccarcv98,
  IS =     { zkontrolovano 26 Nov 99 },
  AUTHOR =   { Young, Rupert and Matas, Jiri and Kittler, Josef },
  TITLE =   { Active recovery of the intrinsic parameters of a
                  camera},
  YEAR =   { 1998},
  Month =   { December },
  Day =     { 9-11},
  PAGES =   {1392--1396},
  ABSTRACT =   {We present a new method for camera calibration from
                  multiple views. In contrast to \cite{Puget90}, the
                  new method exploits the motion of the camera which
                  is assumed to be known. Moving the camera in three
                  dimensions eliminates the requirement for a
                  non-coplanar calibration object as well as
                  overcoming the problem of parameter bias due to
                  over-fitting. We present a series of experiments
                  which confirm that the computed values of the
                  intrinsic (focal length, lens distortion and image
                  centre) and extrinsic camera parameters remain very
                  stable over time, regardless of viewpoint.},
  BOOKTITLE =   {International Conference on Control, Automation
                  Robotics and Computer Vision},
  Publisher =   { Nanyang Technological University },
  ISBN =   { 981-04-0318-6 },
  Book_Pages =   { 1744 },
  Address =   { Nanyang Avenue, Singapore },
  Editor =   { Yeng Chai Soh },
  venue =   {Mandarin, Singapore},
  PSURL =   {full
                  paper},
}