Title: A Comparison of Rotation Parameterisations for Bundle Adjustment.
Speaker: Nurgul Aimati, MSc candidate, UofL Optimization Research Group.
Time & Location: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 in room D633
Bundle Adjustment is an iterative process where 3D information is estimated from 2D image measurements. Typically, the position of object points are estimated simultaneously with the position and orientation of the cameras. While the object points and camera positions have a straightforward “natural” parameterisation, several possibilities exist for the rotation. In this thesis, seven parameterisation of the rotation were investigated; Euler angles (two variants), the Rodriguez representation, the axis-and-angle representation, unit quaternions, and two variants of the direction cosine matrix (DCM).