The second international ISPRS workshop
Towards Benchmarking Automated Calibration, Orientation,
|ISPRS WG III/1 on Automatic Calibration and Orientation||ISPRS WG III/2 on Surface Reconstruction|
Ilkka Niini, Oy Mapvision Ltd., Finland|
Camillo Ressl, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Peter Sturm, INRIA, France
Olaf Hellwich, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany|
Volker Rodehorst, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
Daniel Scharstein, Middlebury College, USA
6/27/07 - The Berlin "Shape-from-X" benchmarking test data described in Volker Rodehorst's talk is available here.
5/23/07 - Test data sets for automatic image orientation have been provided by Camillo Ressl. If you are working in the area of image orientation / pose estimation, please try out these data sets and provide feedback by email to Camillo. We will also discuss the results at the panel of the workshop.
|8:45- 8:55 am||Welcome|
|8:55-10:10 am||Session 1: Evaluation
(Chair: Daniel Scharstein)|
A Comparison of PMD-cameras and stereo-vision for the task of surface reconstruction using patchlets.
C. Beder, B. Bartczak, and R. Koch.
A benchmarking dataset for performance evaluation of automatic surface reconstruction algorithms.
A. Bellmann, O. Hellwich, V. Rodehorst, and U. Yilmaz.
Feasibility boundary in dense and semi-dense stereo matching.
J. Kostlivá, J. Cech, and R. Sára. Best paper award.
|10:30-11:30 am|| Plenary talk: Benchmarking in Computer Vision|
Dr. Richard Szeliski, Microsoft Research
|11:40-12:30 pm|| Session 2: Orientation / Evaluation
(Chair: Camillo Ressl)|
Influence of numerical conditioning on the accuracy of relative orientation.
S. Segvic, G. Schweighofer, and A. Pinz.
3D pose estimation based on multiple monocular cues.
B. Barrois and C. Wöhler.
|2:00-2:50 pm||Session 3: Orientation
(Chair: Ilkka Niini)|
Image-based localization using hybrid feature correspondences.
K. Josephson, M. Byröd, F. Kahl, and K. Åström.
Integration of motion cues in optical and sonar video imaging for 3-D positioning.
S. Negahdaripour, H. Pirsiavash, and H. Sekkati.
|3:10-4:00 pm||Session 4: Surface reconstruction
(Chair: Volker Rodehorst)|
Efficient sampling of disparity space for fast and accurate matching.
J. Cech and R. Sára.
A quasi-minimal model for paper-like surfaces.
M. Perriollat and A. Bartoli.
The goals of this workshop are thus threefold:
We received 11 submissions, of which we were able to accept 9 as oral presentations. All submissions were subject to a double-blind review process by a program committee of leading international researchers of the computer vision and photogrammetry areas. Each paper received at least three reviews, based upon which the program chairs (I. Niini, C. Ressl, D. Scharstein, and P. Sturm) made the acceptance decisions.
The original call for papers is here.
This workshop is the third in a series of events related to the activities of the two Working Groups. The two previous events were: