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Evaluation of Solving Methods for the Fundamental Matrix Computation


Solving the fundamental matrix is a key step in many image calibration and 3D reconstruction systems. The goal of this paper is to study the performance of non-linear solvers for estimating the fundamental matrix in projector-camera calibration. To prevent measurements errors from distorting our understanding, synthetic data are created from ground-truth camera and projector parameters and then used for the assessment of four nonlinear solving strategies.