I believe that group of rigid body motion is not compact. I mean all transformations in $R^3$ that preserve distance. But I need to know how to proof it? From where I should start to prove it?
I am writing a program to find the transformation between two sets of 3D points extracted from a moving stereo camera. I am using an 'out of the box' Levenberg-Marquardt implementation to find this ...
Refering to a question previously asked Jacobian matrix of the Rodrigues' formula (exponential map). It was suggested in one of the answer to only calculate simpler Jacobian ...
I am working an algorithm which is supposed to align a pair of images. The motion model, which describes the pose $p$ of an image (with respect to the second) in 3D space, is purely rotational. ...