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The authors have implemented a templated, general version of the RANSAC algorithm.Evidence:
The authors demonstrate their classes by performing plane and sphere parameter estimation.Open Science:
The data from which the parameters is estimated is generated by the code. Everything is reproducible.Reproducibility:
I downloaded the code and it compiled on the first try. I ran the planeEstimation executable and it worked as expected.Use of Open Source Software:
No, this is not expected from a submission.Open source Contributions:
Yes, it is very usable. The usage is clearly described as well as demonstrated. To use the code only took seconds, and it only took a few minutes to look through it to get an idea of how to expand it for other estimation tasks.Code Quality :
The code was easy to read. A modern coding style (templates) was used throughout. I have only tested the code on Fedora 13, but I don't see anything obviously non-portable.Quality of the data :
The data is generated by the code.Interest:
The authors mentioned that RANSAC is often used for fundamental matrix operation for camera calibration. This would certainly be an excellent addition!
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|Categories:||Hypothesis Testing, Optimization|
|Keywords:||RANSAC, robust estimation, hyperplane, hypersphere|
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