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1 A QCQP Approach to Triangulation 1 Chris Aholt, Sameer Agarwal, and Rekha Thomas 1 University of Washington 2 Google, Inc. 2 1
2 The Triangulation Problem X Given: n camera matrices P i R 3 4 n noisy observations x i R 2 P i = a i b i X = X 1 x 1 x 1 x 2 x 3 x 3 P 1 x 2 P 2 P 3 X R 3 n i=1 s.t. x i = x i x i 2 a i b i
3 Previous Work First order optimality Linear initialization + nonlinear refinement [Hartley, Seo 08]  Verify global optimality of local solution [Hartley, Sturm 97]  Twoview triangulation [Stewenius, et al. 05]  Groebner basis of local solution space Relaxations [Kahl, et al. 08]  Branch and bound [Kahl, Henrion 07]  SDP relaxations
4 Previous Work First order optimality Linear initialization + nonlinear refinement No guarantees on optimality [Hartley, Seo 08]  Verify global optimality of local solution [Hartley, Sturm 97]  Twoview triangulation [Stewenius, et al. 05]  Groebner basis of local solution space Relaxations [Kahl, et al. 08]  Branch and bound [Kahl, Henrion 07]  SDP relaxations
5 Previous Work First order optimality Linear initialization + nonlinear refinement No guarantees on optimality [Hartley, Seo 08]  Verify global optimality of local solution [Hartley, Sturm 97]  Twoview triangulation [Stewenius, et al. 05]  Groebner basis of local solution space Not extendable to higher n Relaxations [Kahl, et al. 08]  Branch and bound [Kahl, Henrion 07]  SDP relaxations
6 Previous Work First order optimality Linear initialization + nonlinear refinement No guarantees on optimality [Hartley, Seo 08]  Verify global optimality of local solution [Hartley, Sturm 97]  Twoview triangulation [Stewenius, et al. 05]  Groebner basis of local solution space Not extendable to higher n Relaxations [Kahl, et al. 08]  Branch and bound [Kahl, Henrion 07]  SDP relaxations Exponential in precision or in n
7 Previous Work First order optimality Linear initialization + nonlinear refinement No guarantees on optimality [Hartley, Seo 08]  Verify global optimality of local solution [Hartley, Sturm 97]  Twoview triangulation [Stewenius, et al. 05]  Groebner basis of local solution space Not extendable to higher n Relaxations [Kahl, et al. 08]  Branch and bound [Kahl, Henrion 07]  SDP relaxations Exponential in precision or in n Our Method SDP relaxation Pay attention to algebraic structure Polynomial in n
8 Unconstrained to Constrained X R 3 n i=1 s.t. x i = x i x i 2 a i b i
9 Unconstrained to Constrained X R 3 x i R 2 n i=1 s.t. x i = x i x i 2 a i b i
10 Unconstrained to Constrained X R 3 x i R 2 n i=1 s.t. x i = x i x i 2 a i b i x R 2n s.t. x x 2 x =(x 1,...,x n ) V V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : a X R 3 s.t. i x i = i } b i
11 Unconstrained to Constrained X R 3 x i R 2 n i=1 s.t. x i = x i x i 2 a i b i x R 2n s.t. x x 2 x =(x 1,...,x n ) V Finding the closest x point from to V. V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : a X R 3 s.t. i x i = i } b i
12 Unconstrained to Constrained X R 3 x i R 2 n i=1 s.t. x i = x i x i 2 a i b i X x 1 x 2 x n x R 2n s.t. x x 2 x =(x 1,...,x n ) V.. P 1 P 2 P n V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : a X R 3 s.t. i x i = i } b i
13 Unconstrained to Constrained X R 3 x i R 2 n i=1 s.t. x i = x i x i 2 a i b i X x 1 x 2 x n x R 2n s.t. x x 2 x =(x 1,...,x n ) V.. P 1 P 2 P n V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : a X R 3 s.t. i x i = i } b i Can we talk about V without reference to X?
14 The Constraint Set V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : a X R 3 s.t. i x i = i } b i n = 2 V = {(x 1,x 2 ) : x 1F 12 x 2 =0} epipolar equation (quadratic)
15 The Constraint Set V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : a X R 3 s.t. i x i = i } b i n = 2 V = {(x 1,x 2 ) : x 1F 12 x 2 =0} epipolar equation (quadratic) n > 2 [Heyden, Astrom 97] V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : x i F ij x j =0,T ijk x i x j x k =0} quadratic cubic
16 The Constraint Set V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : a X R 3 s.t. i x i = i } b i n = 2 V = {(x 1,x 2 ) : x 1F 12 x 2 =0} epipolar equation (quadratic) n > 2 [Heyden, Astrom 97] V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : x i F ij x j =0,T ijk x i x j x k =0} quadratic cubic W = {(x 1,...,x n ) : x i F ij x j =0} Relaxation of V
17 The Constraint Set V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : a X R 3 s.t. i x i = i } b i n = 2 V = {(x 1,x 2 ) : x 1F 12 x 2 =0} epipolar equation (quadratic) n > 2 [Heyden, Astrom 97] V = {(x 1,...,x n ) : x i F ij x j =0,T ijk x i x j x k =0} quadratic cubic W = {(x 1,...,x n ) : x i F ij x j =0} Relaxation of V [Heyden, Astrom 97] V = W when n = 2 or noncoplanar cameras.
18 From QCQP to SDP x s.t. x x 2 x W x W x x Finding the closest point from x to W.
19 From QCQP to SDP x s.t. x x 2 x W x Y s.t. G, Y F i,y = b i Y 0 rank(y )=1 Rankconstrained semidefinite program.
20 From QCQP to SDP x s.t. x x 2 x W x Y s.t. G, Y F i,y = b i Y 0 rank(y )=1 Y s.t. G, Y F i,y = b i Y 0 First SDP relaxation  standard! Solvable in time polynomial in n.
21 From QCQP to SDP x s.t. x x 2 x W x Y s.t. G, Y F i,y = b i Y 0 rank(y )=1 Y s.t. G, Y F i,y = b i Y 0 Y = y (y ) Candidate solution for QCQP
22 When Does QCQP = SDP? x W x
23 When Does QCQP = SDP? x W x Perpendicular to W
24 When Does QCQP = SDP? R 2n S 2n W x x I Y
25 When Does QCQP = SDP? R 2n S 2n W x x I Y Positive semidefinite cone
26 When Does QCQP = SDP? W x x I Y Theorem (A, Agarwal, Thomas) QCQP = SDP if and only if Y Can be formulated for general QCQPs with equality constraints. Extends previous results in special cases of QCQPs. Polynomial time test for optimality.
27 When Does QCQP = SDP? W x x I Y Theorem (A, Agarwal, Thomas) Always works in the case of small noise.
28 When Does QCQP = SDP? W x x I Y Theorem (A, Agarwal, Thomas) Always works in the case of small noise. Bonus: Always works for twoview triangulation. [Moré 93]
29 Synthetic  Cameras on Sphere Fraction guaranteed optimal views 3 views 5 views 7 views Standard deviation
30 Synthetic  Coplanar Cameras Fraction guaranteed optimal views 3 views 5 views 7 views Standard deviation
31 Synthetic  Collinear Cameras views 3 views 4 views Fraction guaranteed optimal Standard deviation
32 Quadratic Optimization Distance Problems Real Data Real Data Data set # images # points Optimal Time (sec) Model House % 143 Corridor % 193 Dinosaur % 960 Notre Dame 48 16, % 7200 All the camera configurations are accounted for: Model House Dinosaur Notre Dame Corridor 21/22
33 Summary of Our Contributions Nearly polynomial time algorithm for triangulation. Geometric understanding from constraints. General theorems for SDP relaxations of QCQPs.
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A QCQP Approach to Triangulation Chris Aholt 1, Sameer Agarwal 2, and Rekha Thomas 1 1 University of Washington 2 Google Inc. Abstract. Triangulation of a threedimensional point from n 2 twodimensional
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