Depth image-based plane detection

@article{Jin2018DepthIP,
  title={Depth image-based plane detection},
  author={Zhi Jin and Tammam Tillo and Wenbin Zou and Xia Li and Eng Gee Lim},
  journal={Big Data Analytics},
  year={2018},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-18}
}
BackgroundThe emerging of depth-camera technology is paving the way for variety of new applications and it is believed that plane detection is one of them. In fact, planes are common in man-made living structures, thus their accurate detection can benefit many visual-based applications. The use of depth data allows detecting planes characterized by complicated pattern and texture, where texture-based plane detection algorithms usually fail. In this paper, we propose a robust Depth Image-based… 

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