Research area: Structure from Motion, Omnidirectional Vision
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M. Havlena, A. Torii, and T. Pajdla: Efficient structure from motion by graph optimization, ECCV 2010 (to appear).
A. Torii, M. Havlena, and T. Pajdla: Omnidirectional image stabilization for visual object recognition, IJCV 2010 (to appear).
A. Torii, M. Havlena, and T. Pajdla: From Google street view to 3D city models [supplementary material], OMNIVIS 2009, Kyoto, Japan.
M. Havlena, A. Torii, J. Knopp, and T. Pajdla: Randomized structure from motion based on atomic 3D models from camera triplets [supplementary material], CVPR 2009, Florida, USA.
M. Havlena, A. Ess, W. Moreau, A. Torii, M. Jancosek, T. Pajdla, and L. Van Gool: AWEAR 2.0 system: Omni-directional audio-visual data acquisition and processing, EGOVIS 2009, Florida, USA.
A. Torii, M. Havlena, and T. Pajdla: Omnidirectional image stabilization by computing camera trajectory [movie], PSIVT 2009, Tokyo, Japan.
J. Anemueller, J-H. Bach, B. Caputo, M. Havlena, L. Jie, H. Kayser, B. Leibe, P. Motlicek, T. Pajdla, M. Pavel, A. Torii, L. Van Gool , A. Zweig, and H. Hermansky: The DIRAC AWEAR audio-visual platform for detection of unexpected and incongruent events, ICMI 2008, Crete, Greece.
A. Torii, M. Havlena, T. Pajdla, and B. Leibe: Measuring camera translation by the dominant apical angle [supplementary material], CVPR 2008, Anchorage, Alaska.
A. Torii and T. Pajdla: Omnidirectional camera motion estimation, VISAPP' 2008, Madeira, Portugal.
A. Torii, A. Imiya: The randomized-Hough-transform method for great-circle detection on sphere, Pattern Recognition Letters. vol. 28(10), pp 1186-1192.
J. Fujiki, A. Torii, S. Akaho: Epipolar geometry via rectification of spherical images. MIRAGE 2007, pp 461-471, Paris, France.
A. Torii, A. Imiya: Computation of epipolar geometry and trifocal tensor from spherical images, CVWW 2007, St. Lambrecht, Austria.
A. Torii, A. Sugimoto, T. Sakai, A. Imiya: Geometry of a class of catadioptric systems. Imaging Beyond the Pin-hole Camera, 12th International Workshop on Theoretical Foundations of Computer Vision, 2005.