Although there has been remarkable progress in the pose estimation literature, there are still a number of limitations when existing algorithms must be applied in everyday applications, especially in uncontrolled environments. This thesis has addressed some of these limitations, computing the pose for uncalibrated cameras, computing the pose without knowing the correspondence between 20 and 30 points, computing the pose when the points of interest are unreliable and computing the pose using only depth data. The problems addressed, and consequently their contributions, have been analyzed in order of increasing complexity.
Adrian Penate Sanchez
Adrián Peñate Sánchez received his PhD from the CSIC-UPC robotics lab Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial in Barcelona as a PhD candidate of the Spanish National Scientific Research Council.
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