Discrete scale axis representations for 3D geometry

@inproceedings{Miklos2010DiscreteSA,
  title={Discrete scale axis representations for 3D geometry},
  author={Balint Miklos and Joachim Giesen and Mark Pauly},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH '10},
  year={2010}
}
This paper addresses the fundamental problem of computing stable medial representations of 3D shapes. We propose a spatially adaptive classification of geometric features that yields a robust algorithm for generating medial representations at different levels of abstraction. The recently introduced continuous scale axis transform serves as the mathematical foundation of our algorithm. We show how geometric and topological properties of the continuous setting carry over to discrete shape… CONTINUE READING
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