American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto, California
Sameer Agarwal, Max Lieblich, and Rekha Thomas
Multi-view geometry offers a rich collection of unexplored problems in a range of aspects of algebraic geometry. On the other hand, algebro-geometric tools have the potential to make fundamental advances in the understanding and practice of 3D computer vision.
The time is ripe to build a broader bridge between the two areas, driving new ideas from moduli theory, representation theory, and numerical, real, and combinatorial algebraic geometry into computer vision, and carrying a host of new motivating problems and ideas back into the pure algebro-geometric fold.
We call this bridge ''Algebraic Vision'', and this AIM workshop will be a crucial step in constructing it.
The workshop schedule.
A report on the workshop activities.
A list of open problems.