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Computing geodesics on triangular meshes
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We present a new algorithm to compute a geodesic path over a triangulated surface. Expand
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Geodesic paths on triangular meshes
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We present a new algorithm to compute a geodesic path over a triangulated surface. Expand
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Image moments-based structuring and tracking of objects
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This paper presents a new method for structuring and tracking objects in video sequences. Expand
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Modeling on triangulations with geodesic curves
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We introduce a new class of curves, called geodesic Bézier curves, that are suitable for modeling on manifold triangulations. Expand
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Non-manifold modelling: an approach based on spatial subdivision
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The study of arbitrary spatial subdivisions extends and unifies the techniques used in non-manifold solid modelling and allows the modelling of heterogeneous objects. Expand
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Segmentation and Reconstruction of the Pulmonary Parenchyma
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This work presents a method for the segmentation and reconstruction of the pulmonary parenchyma in CT images. Expand
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A topological data structure for hierarchical planar subdivisions
We introduce HPS a new topological data structure that e ciently represents hierarchies of planar subdivisions thus providing direct and e cient support for GIS concepts such as abstractExpand
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Insertion of Three-Dimensional Objects in Architectural Photos
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This paper proposes a simple and interactive system that allows modifying a photographic picture of a threedimensional scene involving architectural elements, so that the user can evaluate the aesthetic effects and the impact such modifications in the real environment. Expand
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Adaptive space carving
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We present an adaptive space carving method for scene reconstruction from a set of images obtained from low cost calibrated Webcams. Expand
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Content-Based Projections for Panoramic Images and Videos
Common cameras usually capture a very narrow field of view (FOV), around ninety degrees. The reason for this fact is that when the field of view becomes wider, the projection that these cameras useExpand
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