IS = { zkontrolovano 07 Dec 2003 },
  UPDATE  = { 2003-10-10 },
author =     {Zhang, Huaifeng and {\v C}ech, Jan and 
              {\v S}{\'a}ra, Radim and Wu, Fuchao and Hu, Zhanyi},
title =      {A Linear Trinocular Rectification Method for 
              Accurate Stereoscopic Matching},
year =       {2003},
pages =      {281-290},
booktitle =  {BMVC 2003: Proceedings of the 14th British
              Machine Vision Conference},
volume =     {1},
editor =     {Harvey, Richard and Bangham, J. Andrew},
isbn =       {1-901725-23-5},
book_pages = {813},
publisher =  {British Machine Vision Association},
address =    {London, UK},
month =      {September},
day =        {9--11},
venue =      {Norwich, UK},
project =    {MSMT Kontakt ME412, NSF China 60275009, 
              MSM 210000012, GACR 102/01/1371},
authorship = {35-35-10-10-10},
psurl =      {[Zhang-BMVC2003.pdf]},
annote = {In this paper we propose and study a simple trinocular
  rectification method in which stratification to projective and
  affine components gives the rectifying homographies in a closed
  form.  The class of trinocular rectifications which has 6 DOF is
  parametrized by an independent set of parameters with a geometric
  meaning. This offers the possibility to minimize rectification
  distortion in a natural way. It is shown experimentally on real data
  that our algorithm performs the rectification task correctly.  As
  shown on ground-truth data using Confidently Stable Matching,
  trinocular matching significantly improves disparity map density and
  mismatch error, both depending on texture strength. Matching results
  on real complex scenes are reported.},
keywords = {trinocular rectification, stereoscopic matching, stereo},