Ceres Solver

Ceres Solver is a non-linear least squares solver developed at Google. It is designed to solve small and large sparse problems accurately and efficiently. This is the mailinglist on for discussion, bug reports etc.

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Smoothing 3d patches, initialized with plane fittings, and optimized on patch normals and centroid Arindam Saha 2:34 AM
Convergence failures during solving a linear decomposition problem of moderate number of dimentions Pedro Rodrigues 4/23/18
The difference between so3 and rotation vector ? Hui Li 4/20/18
Stacked residuals for efficient Jacobian computation Jesús Briales García 4/16/18
Re: [ceres-solver] zero iteration and gradient max norm equal zeros Sameer Agarwal 4/11/18
Which derivatives are computed by SetParameterBlockConstant Janos Meny 4/11/18
operate() with double** as input (vector input) yan 4/5/18
Semi-dense problem takes too much memory and cannot be solved. Looking for another approach Patrik 3/27/18
stack overflow Brent Morgan 3/24/18
Ceres Solver 1.14.0 is here Sameer Agarwal 3/23/18
Ceres Solver 1.14.0 Release Candidate 2 Sameer Agarwal 3/22/18
parameter tolerance reached Brent Morgan 3/22/18
Problems building on macOS for iOS Rick M 3/21/18
Get computed incremental step Jesús Briales García 3/21/18
How to pre-allocate memory for Eigen::Matrix<T> to be used in the templated cost function? Dan 3/20/18
Increasing Efficiency of Solve when Interfacing with an External Library Adam Hartshorne 3/19/18
Using Eigen matrices and arrays with Autodiff Chris Sweeney 3/16/18
Ceres Solver Version 1.14.0 Release Candidate 1 Sameer Agarwal 3/15/18
baseline constraint for stereo cameras Ahmed Shaban Ahmed 3/12/18
inverse square root of covariance matrix for residual weights phreak...@gmail.com 3/11/18
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