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(center, orientation, rotation of the Earth) is key.
"... Focus on GNSS remote sensing but the backbone for much of this science is geodesy. Focus on GNSS remote sensing but the backbone for much of this science is geodesy. If the geodesy is done wrong, the atmospheric modeling will be wrong. Focus on GNSS remote sensing but the backbone for much of thi ..."
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Focus on GNSS remote sensing but the backbone for much of this science is geodesy. Focus on GNSS remote sensing but the backbone for much of this science is geodesy. If the geodesy is done wrong, the atmospheric modeling will be wrong. Focus on GNSS remote sensing but the backbone for much of this science is geodesy. If the geodesy is done wrong, the atmospheric modeling will be wrong. The best GNSS geodesy is done with very complex softwares. example
Iterative quantization: A procrustean approach to learning binary codes
 In Proc. of the IEEE Int. Conf. on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR
, 2011
"... This paper addresses the problem of learning similaritypreserving binary codes for efficient retrieval in largescale image collections. We propose a simple and efficient alternating minimization scheme for finding a rotation of zerocentered data so as to minimize the quantization error of mapping t ..."
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This paper addresses the problem of learning similaritypreserving binary codes for efficient retrieval in largescale image collections. We propose a simple and efficient alternating minimization scheme for finding a rotation of zerocentered data so as to minimize the quantization error of mapping
QUANTUM ROTATABILITY
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"... Abstract. In [11], Köstler and Speicher showed that de Finetti’s theorem on exchangeable sequences has a free analogue if one replaces exchangeability by the stronger condition of invariance of the joint distribution under quantum permutations. In this paper we study sequences of noncommutative rand ..."
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under quantum orthogonal transformations if and only if the variables form an operatorvalued free centered semicircular family with common variance. Similarly, we show that the joint distribution of an infinite sequence of random variables is invariant under quantum unitary transformations if and only
Relative Orientation
 International Journal of Computer Vision
, 1990
"... Abstract: Before corresponding points in images taken with two cameras can be used to recover distances to objects in a scene, one has to determine the position and orientation of one camera relative to the other. This is the classic photogrammetric problem of relative orientation, central to the in ..."
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and the rotation. The data required is a pair of bundles of corresponding rays from the two projection centers to points in the scene. It is well known that at least five pairs of rays are needed. Less appears to be known about the existence of multiple solutions and their interpretation. These issues
Panoramic Mosaics by Manifold Projection
, 1997
"... As the field of view of a picture is much smaller than our own visual field of view, it is common to paste together several pictures to create a panoramic mosaic having a larger field of view. Images with a wider field of view can be generated by using fisheye lens, or panoramic mosaics can be crea ..."
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be created by special devices which rotate around the camera's optical center (Quicktime VR, Surround Video), or by aligning, and pasting, frames in a video sequence to a single reference frame. Existing mosaicing methods have strong limitations on imaging conditions, and distortions are common
Accurate Internal Camera Calibration using Rotation, with Analysis of Sources of Error
 In Fifth International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV’95
, 1995
"... 1 This paper describes a simple and accurate method for internal camera calibration based on tracking image features through a sequence of images while the camera undergoes pure rotation. A special calibration object is not required and the method can therefore be used both for laboratory calibrati ..."
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1 This paper describes a simple and accurate method for internal camera calibration based on tracking image features through a sequence of images while the camera undergoes pure rotation. A special calibration object is not required and the method can therefore be used both for laboratory
The Effects of Translational Misalignment when SelfCalibrating Rotating and Zooming Cameras
 IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
, 2003
"... Algorithms for selfcalibrating cameras whose changes in calibration parameters are confined to rotation and zooming are useful since many realworld imaging situations do not permit translationsconsider, for instance, cameras mounted on tripods and desk or wallmounted active heads. In practic ..."
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. In practice, however, the assumption of pure rotation is often violated because the optic center of the camera and the rotation center do not completely coincide. This work determines how such misalignments affect the estimation of the camera focal length.
2.1 The Centers of the Rotating Disks are at Rest in an Inertial
"... A possibly surprising feature of electrodynamics in a frame that rotates with angular velocity ω with respect to an inertial (laboratory) frame [1] is that a bulk magnetization M ′ in the rotating frame is associated with a bound charge density ρ ′ 2ω · M′ bound,M = − + ..."
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A possibly surprising feature of electrodynamics in a frame that rotates with angular velocity ω with respect to an inertial (laboratory) frame [1] is that a bulk magnetization M ′ in the rotating frame is associated with a bound charge density ρ ′ 2ω · M′ bound,M = − +
A rotating black hole in the Galactic Center
, 1992
"... Recent observations of Sgr A * give strong constraints for possible models of the physical nature of Sgr A * and suggest the presence of a massive black hole with M ≤ 2·10 6 M ⊙ surrounded by an accretion disk which we estimate to radiate at a luminosity of < 7 ·10 5 L⊙. We therefore calculate th ..."
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parameters: the mass, the accretion rate, the angular momentum of the accreting hole and the inclination angle. A radiation field of L ≃ 7·10 4 −7·10 5 L ⊙ and Teff ≃ 2 − 4 · 10 4 K can be ascribed to a rapidly rotating Kerr hole (a> 0.9) accreting 10 −8.5 M ⊙ /yr < ˙M < 10 −7 M ⊙ /yr at a black
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