A Cubist Approach to Object Recognition

@inproceedings{Nelson1998ACA,
  title={A Cubist Approach to Object Recognition},
  author={Randal C. Nelson and Andrea Salgian},
  booktitle={ICCV},
  year={1998}
}
We describe an appearance-based object recognition system using a keyed, multi-level context representation reminiscent of certain aspects of cubist art. Speciically, we utilize distinctive intermediate-level features in this case automatically extracted 2-D boundary fragments, as keys, which are then veriied within a local context, and assembled within a loose global context to evoke an overall percept. This system demonstrates extraordinarly good recognition of a variety of 3-D shapes… CONTINUE READING
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