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Algorithm: Recursive Bayesian Calibration of Depth Sensors with Non-Overlapping Views

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calibration run of example scenario.
Paper: Recursive Bayesian Calibration of Depth Sensors with Non-Overlapping Views - Florian Faion, Patrick Ruoff, Antonio Zea, and Uwe D. Hanebeck
Tags: Depth-Sensor Calibration Bayesian Recursive
Usage: Algorithm is public.
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Florian Faion
06/22/2012 5:14 p.m. (version #1)

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  1. Download the CloudRunner Client by clicking here and place the downloaded file in your MATLAB working directory.

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