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Nathan Short, Prather Lanier, Kevin Kochersberger and Lynn Abbott

This paper is concerned with stereo imaging for three-dimensional range estimation. The usual assumption for a two-camera system is that both cameras are stationary with respect to one another. In some imaging environments, however, physical vibrations are unavoidable. If these vibrations induce small movements of the cameras relative to each other, then the accuracy of any range estimates based on binocular disparity will suffer.
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