Ivan Sipiran

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With the increasing amount of 3D data and the ability of capture devices to produce low-cost multimedia data, the capability to select relevant information has become an interesting research field. In 3D objects, the aim is to detect a few salient structures which can be used, instead of the whole object, for applications like object registration,(More)
Feature-based approaches have recently become very popular in computer vision and image analysis applications, and are becoming a promising direction in shape retrieval. SHREC’10 robust feature detection and description benchmark simulates the feature detection and description stages of feature-based shape retrieval algorithms. The benchmark tests the(More)
Non-rigid 3D shape retrieval has become an important research direction in content-based 3D object retrieval. The aim of this track is to measure and compare the performance of non-rigid 3D shape retrieval methods implemented by different participants around the world. The track is based on a new non-rigid 3D shape benchmark, which contains 600 watertight(More)
Non-rigid 3D shape retrieval has become an active and important research topic in contentbased 3D object retrieval. The aim of this paper is to measure and compare the performance of state-of-the-art methods for non-rigid 3D shape retrieval. The paper develops a new benchmark consisting of 600 non-rigid 3D watertight meshes, which are equally classified(More)
Partial shape retrieval is a challenging problem in content-based 3D model retrieval. This track intends to evaluate the performance of existing algorithms for partial retrieval. The contest is based on a new large-scale query set obtained by mimicking the range image acquisition using a standard 3D benchmark as target set. The query set contains 7200(More)
Symmetry is a common characteristic in natural and man-made objects. Its ubiquitous nature can be exploited to facilitate the analysis and processing of computational representations of real objects. In particular, in computer graphics, the detection of symmetries in 3D geometry has enabled a number of applications in modeling and reconstruction. However,(More)
In this paper, we present a method to detect stable components on 3D meshes. A component is a salient region on the mesh which contains discriminative local features. Our goal is to represent a 3D mesh with a set of regions, which we called key-components, that characterize the represented object and therefore, they could be used for effective matching and(More)