A Consistently Fast and Globally Optimal Solution to the Perspective-n-Point Problem

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Authors George Terzakis, Manolis Lourakis
Journal/Conference Name ECCV 2020 8
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Paper Abstract An approach for estimating the pose of a camera given a set of 3D points and their corresponding 2D image projections is presented. It formulates the problem as a non-linear quadratic program and identifies regions in the parameter space that contain unique minima with guarantees that at least one of them will be the global minimum. Each regional minimum is computed with a sequential quadratic programming scheme. These premises result in an algorithm that always determines the global minima of the perspective-n-point problem for any number of input correspondences, regardless of possible coplanar arrangements of the imaged 3D points. For its implementation, the algorithm merely requires ordinary operations available in any standard off-the-shelf linear algebra library. Comparative evaluation demonstrates that the algorithm achieves state-of-the-art results at a consistently low computational cost.
Date of publication 2020
Code Programming Language C++
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