# projective transformationの例文

- The M鯾ius transformations are the projective transformations of the complex projective line.
- The cross-ratio is invariant under the projective transformations of the line.
- These include both affine transformations ( such as translation ) and projective transformations.
- The restriction of this projective transformation to the midsphere is a M鯾ius transformation.
- We see that projective transformations don't mix Gaussian curvatures of different sign.
- It is the study of geometric properties that are invariant with respect to projective transformations.
- Two matrices represent the same projective transformation if one is a constant multiple of the other.
- Projective transformations are represented by matrices.
- :Cross-ratio is a projective invariant i . e . it is unchanged by projective transformations.
- But I'm working with projective transformations now, and these volume elements aren't preserved.
- Finally, define H = H _ 2H _ 1 as the projective transformation for rectifying the first image.
- Judd determined that a more uniform color space could be found by a simple projective transformation of the CIEXYZ tristimulus values:
- The simplest technique is applying only projective transformation to the images for each eye ( simulating rotation of the eye ).
- Thus the group of projective transformations is the quotient of the general linear group by the scalar matrices called the projective linear group.
- By means of a suitable projective transformation ( normal forms for singular quadrics can have zeros as well as ? as coefficients ).
- If it is, it may be satisfied only for a subset of the projective transformations, for example, rigid or affine transformations.
- Transon's theorem states that the effect of any analytjc transformation upon an infinitesimal region is the same as that of a projective transformation.
- In order to transform the original image pair into a rectified image pair, it is necessary to find a projective transformation " H ".
- Every realization of this configuration in the real projective plane is equivalent, under a projective transformation, to a realization constructed in this way from a regular pentagon.
- Next, we find the projective transformation " H 2 " that takes the rotated image and twists it so that the horizontal axis aligns with the baseline.