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Dailey we use adaptive calculation of the number of iterations required based on the number of inlier arcs . The termination criterion uses the same function f (l, n) to determine the number of trials required to ensure that the probability of not sampling three of l inliers from n items is small. An arc is judged to be an inlier if, after undistortion using the candidate distortion parameters λ, x0 , and y0 , the pixels of the arc form a straight line, as measured by orthogonal regression. Require: Arc set A Ensure: λ∗ , x∗0 , y0∗ are the output distortion parameters 1: (λ∗ , x∗0 , y0∗ ) ← (∅, ∅, ∅) 2: if |A| ≥ 3 then 3: N ←0 4: s←0 5: loop 6: N ←N +1 7: Sample three distinct arcs A1 , A2 , A3 8: Estimate λ, x0 , y0 from A1 , A2 , A3 per Equations 3 and 4 9: if support for (λ, x0 , y0 ) is greater than s then 10: s ← support for (λ, x0 , y0 ) 11: (λ∗ , x∗0 , y0∗ ) ← (λ, x0 , y0 ) 12: end if 13: if N ≥ f (s, |A|) then 14: break 15: end if 16: end loop 17: end if Algorithm 2.
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79212. 5 Ransac−Taubin−LM Ransac−Taubin Ransac −8 10 −7 10 −6 10 0 −1e−009 −1e−008 −1e−007 Varying lambda −1e−006 −1e−005 (b) Fig. 2. Results of synthetic image experiments with varying λ. Distortion center is ﬁxed at image center (x0 , y0 ) = (320, 240). (a) Noise in the undistorted image relative to the original image, measured by the ratio of the RMSE using estimated parameters to the RMSE using true parameters. (b) Error in estimating λ. Each point is an average over the same 10 runs shown in part (a).