Theory of Reconstruction from Image Motion by Stephen Maybank

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Statementby Stephen Maybank
SeriesSpringer Series in Information Sciences -- 28, Springer series in information sciences -- 28.
LC ClassificationsQC350-467, QC630-648
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (xi, 261 pages 29 illustrations).
Number of Pages261
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Open LibraryOL27091788M
ISBN 103642775594, 3642775578
ISBN 109783642775598, 9783642775574

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