Invariant-based Registration of Surface Patches

  title={Invariant-based Registration of Surface Patches},
  author={Joris Vanden Wyngaerd and Luc Van Gool and Reinhard Koch and Marc Proesmans},
3D shape models are often put together from several partial reconstructions. There are good algorithms available now to perform the necessary, precise registration automatically, but only after the partial reconstructions have been brought into approximate positions. This paper proposes a technique to do precisely that. Automatic `crude registration' is illustrated for Euclidean and a ne transformations between parts. The technique is based on the extraction and invariant characterisation of… CONTINUE READING
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