• jihun park hongik university
Keywords: camera calibration ; joint movement computation ; kinematic ;


In this paper, we have proposed that local optima exist for object motion calculation. While using the optimization method for object motion computation, we present a method to calculate the initial value necessary to overcome the local optima. The object motion was calculated for scenes photographed with a moving camera using the proposed method, and the result is presented using three-dimensional reconstruction.


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How to Cite
park, jihun. (2021). SOLVING LOCAL OPTIMA PROBLEM IN OBJECT MOVEMENT COMPUTATION. COMPUSOFT: An International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology, 10(4), 3969-3972. Retrieved from