Fast segmentation of range imagery into planar regions

@article{Taylor1989FastSO,
  title={Fast segmentation of range imagery into planar regions},
  author={Russell W. Taylor and Massimo Savini and Anthony P. Reeves},
  journal={Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing},
  year={1989},
  volume={45},
  pages={42-60}
}
A technique is presented for rapidly dividing surfaces in range imagery into regions satisfying a common homogeneity criterion. The result is a segmentation of the range information into approximately planar surface regions, Key features that enhance the algorithm’s speed include the development of appropriate region descriptors and the use of fast region comparison techniques for segmentation decisions. The algorithm is a split-and-merge segmentation approach. where the homogeneity criteria is… CONTINUE READING
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