Octree approximation and compression methods

@inproceedings{Samet2002OctreeAA,
  title={Octree approximation and compression methods},
  author={Hanan Samet and Andrzej Kochut},
  booktitle={3DPVT},
  year={2002}
}
Techniques are presented to progressively approximate and compress in a lossless manner two-colored (i.e. binary) 3D objects (as well as objects of arbitrary dimensionality). The objects are represented by a region octree implemented using a pointerless representation based on locational codes. Approximation is achieved through the use of a forest. This method labels the internal nodes of the octree as GB or GW, depending on the number of children being of type GB or GW. In addition, all BLACK… CONTINUE READING
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