On the Significance of Real-World Conditions for Material Classification

  title={On the Significance of Real-World Conditions for Material Classification},
  author={Eric Hayman and Barbara Caputo and Mario Fritz and Jan-Olof Eklundh},
Classifying materials from their appearance is a challenging problem, especially if illumination and pose conditions are permitted to change: highlights and shadows caused by 3D structure can radically alter a sample’s visual texture. Despite these difficulties, researchers have demonstrated impressive results on the CUReT database which contains many images of 61 materials under different conditions. A first contribution of this paper is to further advance the state-of-theart by applying… CONTINUE READING
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