Efficient indexing techniques for model based sensing

@inproceedings{Wallack1994EfficientIT,
  title={Efficient indexing techniques for model based sensing},
  author={Aaron S. Wallack and John F. Canny},
  booktitle={CVPR},
  year={1994}
}
Indexing is a model-based recognition technique, in which unknown objects are identi ed using lookup tables. Indexing coordinates are extracted from sensed features, and the indexing coordinates specify a table entry containing the object's identity. Usually, only a small fraction of the possible indexing coordinates correspond to modeled objects, and hash tables are often used to save space. In this paper, we present a new indexing data structure called a tree grid which has two advantages… CONTINUE READING

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