New insights on Multi-Solution Distribution of the P3P Problem

30 Jan 2019Bo WangHao HuCaixia Zhang

Traditionally, the P3P problem is solved by firstly transforming its 3 quadratic equations into a quartic one, then by locating the roots of the resulting quartic equation and verifying whether a root does really correspond to a true solution of the P3P problem itself. However, a root of the quartic equation does not always correspond to a solution of the P3P problem... (read more)

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