Guobao Xiao

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In this paper, we propose a novel geometric model fitting method, called Mode-Seeking on Hypergraphs (MSH), to deal with multi-structure data even in the presence of severe outliers. The proposed method formulates geometric model fitting as a mode seeking problem on a hypergraph in which vertices represent model hypotheses and hyperedges denote data points.(More)
Hypothesis generation is crucial to many robust model fitting methods. In this paper, we propose an effective hypothesis generation method by adopting conditional sampling with local constraints. We choose data to generate hypotheses according to sampling weights, which are computed according to ordered residual indices. To sample a minimal subset, we(More)
In this paper, we propose an efficient and robust gross outlier removal method, called the Conceptual Space based Gross Outlier Removal (CSGOR) method, to remove gross outliers for geometric model fitting. In the proposed method, each data point is mapped to a conceptual space by computing the preference of "good" model hypotheses. In the(More)
Efficient hypothesis generation plays an important role in robust model fitting. In this study, based on the combination of residual sorting and local constraints, we propose an efficient guided hypothesis generation method, called Rapid Hypothesis Generation (RHG). By exploiting the local constraints to guide the hypothesis generation process, RHG raises(More)
This paper proposes a two-view deterministic geometric model fitting method, termed Superpixel-based Deterministic Fitting (SDF), for multiplestructure data. SDF starts from superpixel segmentation, which effectively captures prior information of feature appearances. The feature appearances are beneficial to reduce the computational complexity for(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel hypergraph based method (called HF) to fit and segment multi-structural data. The proposed HF formulates the geometric model fitting problem as a hypergraph partition problem based on a novel hypergraph model. In the hypergraph model, vertices represent data points and hyperedges denote model hypotheses. The hypergraph,(More)
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