EstimatePlaneAtInfinityGivenK 
If the camera calibration is known for two views then given canonical camera projection matrices (P1 = [I0])
it is possible to compute the plane a infinity and from that elevate the views from projective to metric.

RefineDualQuadraticAlgebra 
Nonlinear optimization on camera parameters for each view and for the plane at infinity.

SelfCalibrationBase 
view[0] is assumed to the located at coordinate system's origin.

SelfCalibrationBase.Projective 

SelfCalibrationGuessAndCheckFocus 
Computes the best projective to metric 4x4 rectifying homography matrix by guessing different values
for focal lengths of the first two views.

SelfCalibrationLinearDualQuadratic 
Computes intrinsic calibration matrix for each view using projective camera matrices to compute the
the dual absolute quadratic (DAQ) and by assuming different elements in the 3x3 calibration matrix
have linear constraints.

SelfCalibrationLinearDualQuadratic.Intrinsic 

SelfCalibrationLinearRotationMulti 
Camera calibration for when the camera's motion is purely rotational and has no translational
component and camera parameters can change every frame.

SelfCalibrationLinearRotationSingle 
Camera calibration for when the camera's motion is purely rotational and has no translational
component and camera parameters are assumed to be constant.
