How to use CLAPACK
Sample code and more
- CLAPACK is good for solving linear systems. The libraries are in /usr/grads/lib. You have to come up with your own C-function prototypes, though. And read the documentations for LAPACK.
- Minpack provides routines for nonlinear-least-square problems. Another option is the ubiquitous Numerical Recipes.
- CMU's computer vision page has some code you may borrow.
All SIGGRAPH and CACM papers can be found at ACM
About image mosaicking.
L. McMillan and G. Bishop. Plenoptic modeling: An image-based rendering system. 1995. in SIGGRAPH'95,
Richard Szeliski and Heung-Yeung Shum.
Creating Full view panoramic image mosaics and environment maps.
Heung-Yeung Shum and Richard Szeliski.
Systems and experiment paper: construction of panoramic image mosaics with global and local alignment. 2000. International Journal of Computer Vision, 36(2):101-130.local copy
S. Chen and L. Williams.
View interpolation for image synthesis.
in SIGGRAPH'93, pages 279-288.
Video Mosaics for Virtual Environments. 1996. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 16:(2). local copy
Steve Hsu and Harpreet S. Sawhney and Rakesh Kumar.
Automated Mosaics via Topology Inference.
2002. IEEE Computer Graphics and Application, 22(2):44-54.local copy
About image registration, feature extraction and tracking.
R. Szeliski and J. Coughlan.
Hierarchical Spline-Based Image Registration.
in CVPR'94, pages 194-201.
C. J. Harris and M. Stephens.
A combined corner and edge detector.
in Proc. 4th Alvey Vision Conference, pages 147-151.
Jianbo Shi and Carlo Tomasi.
Good Feature to Track.
in CVPR'94, link