@Article{Zhang-JOS2004,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 13 Jan 2005 },
  UPDATE  = { 2004-12-08 },
  author =   {Zhang, Huai-Feng and {\v Cech}, Jan and {\v S}{\'a}ra, Radim
                  and Wu, Fu-Chao and Hu, Zhan-Yi},
  language =   {Chinese},
  title =   {Theory and Robust Algorithm of Trinocular Rectification},
  year =   {2004},
  month =   {May},
  pages =   {676-688},
  journal =   {Chinese Journal of Software},
  publisher =   {Science Press},
  address =   {Beijing, China},
  issn =   {1000-9825},
  volume =   {15},
  number =   {5},
  authorship =   {35-25-20-10-10},
  annote =   {The main contributions are two-fold: Firstly, some
                  theoretical analyses are carried out on trinocular
                  rectification, including the relationship among the three
                  rectified images and their three fundamental matrices, and
                  an geometric interpretation of the 6 free parameters
                  involved in the rectification process. Such results could be
                  used as a theoretical guide to reduce the induced projective
                  distortion. Secondly, under the RANSAC (random sampling
                  consensus) paradigm, a robust trinocular rectification
                  algorithm is proposed. Unlike the traditional ones where
                  only the fundamental matrices are used to rectify images,
                  this algorithm instead uses directly corresponding points
                  for the rectification.},
  keywords =   {Computer vision, stereoscopic vision, matching, epipolar
                  rectification},
  project =   {MSMT Kontakt ME412, MSM 210000012, GACR 102/01/1371},
}