MATE: Machine Learning for Adaptive Calibration Template Detection
AbstractThe problem of camera calibration is two-fold. On the one hand, the parameters are estimated from known correspondences between the captured image and the real world. On the other, these correspondences themselves—typically in the form of chessboard corners—need to be found. Many distinct approaches for this feature template extraction are available, often of large computational and/or implementational complexity. We exploit the generalized nature of deep learning networks to detect checkerboard corners: our proposed method is a convolutional neural network (CNN) trained on a large set of example chessboard images, which generalizes several existing solutions. The network is trained explicitly against noisy inputs, as well as inputs with large degrees of lens distortion. The trained network that we evaluate is as accurate as existing techniques while offering improved execution time and increased adaptability to specific situations with little effort. The proposed method is not only robust against the types of degradation present in the training set (lens distortions, and large amounts of sensor noise), but also to perspective deformations, e.g., resulting from multi-camera set-ups. View Full-Text
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Donné, S.; De Vylder, J.; Goossens, B.; Philips, W. MATE: Machine Learning for Adaptive Calibration Template Detection. Sensors 2016, 16, 1858.
Donné S, De Vylder J, Goossens B, Philips W. MATE: Machine Learning for Adaptive Calibration Template Detection. Sensors. 2016; 16(11):1858.Chicago/Turabian Style
Donné, Simon; De Vylder, Jonas; Goossens, Bart; Philips, Wilfried. 2016. "MATE: Machine Learning for Adaptive Calibration Template Detection." Sensors 16, no. 11: 1858.
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