% HOMOGRAPHY1D - computes 1D homography
%
% Usage: H = homography1d(x1, x2)
%
% Arguments:
% x1 - 2xN set of homogeneous points
% x2 - 2xN set of homogeneous points such that x1<->x2
% Returns:
% H - the 2x2 homography such that x2 = H*x1
%
% This code is modelled after the normalised direct linear transformation
% algorithm for the 2D homography given by Hartley and Zisserman p92.
%
% Peter Kovesi
% Centre for Exploration Targeting
% The University of Western Australia
% peter.kovesi at uwa edu au
%
% May 2003
% March 2018 Fix to normalise1dpts (thanks to Daniel DeMenthon)
function H = homography1d(x1, x2)
% check matrix sizes
if ~all(size(x1) == size(x2))
error('x1 and x2 must have same dimensions');
end
% Attempt to normalise each set of points so that the origin
% is at centroid and mean distance from origin is 1.
[x1, T1] = normalise1dpts(x1);
[x2, T2] = normalise1dpts(x2);
% Note that it may have not been possible to normalise
% the points if one was at infinity so the following does not
% assume that scale parameter w = 1.
Npts = length(x1);
A = zeros(2*Npts,4);
for n = 1:Npts
X = x1(:,n)';
x = x2(1,n); w = x2(2,n);
A(n,:) = [-w*X x*X];
end
[U,D,V] = svd(A);
% Extract homography
H = reshape(V(:,4),2,2)';
% Denormalise
H = T2\H*T1;
% Report error in fitting homography...
% NORMALISE1DPTS - normalises 1D homogeneous points
%
% Function translates and normalises a set of 1D homogeneous points
% so that their centroid is at the origin and their mean distance from
% the origin is 1.
%
% Usage: [newpts, T] = normalise1dpts(pts)
%
% Argument:
% pts - 2xN array of 2D homogeneous coordinates
%
% Returns:
% newpts - 2xN array of transformed 1D homogeneous coordinates
% T - The 2x2 transformation matrix, newpts = T*pts
%
% If there are some points at infinity the normalisation transform
% is calculated using just the finite points. Being a scaling and
% translating transform this will not affect the points at infinity.
function [newpts, T] = normalise1dpts(pts)
% Find the indices of the points that are not at infinity
finiteind = find(abs(pts(2,:)) > eps);
% Ensure homogeneous coords have scale of 1
pts(1,finiteind) = pts(1,finiteind)./pts(2,finiteind);
pts(2,finiteind) = 1;
c = mean(pts(1,finiteind)'); % Centroid.
newp = pts(1,finiteind)-c; % Shift origin to centroid.
meandist = mean(abs(newp));
scale = 1/meandist;
T = [scale -scale*c
0 1 ];
newpts = T*pts;