Polyhedra Recognition by Hypothesis Accumulation

@article{Dhome1987PolyhedraRB,
  title={Polyhedra Recognition by Hypothesis Accumulation},
  author={Michel Dhome and Tony Kasvand},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence},
  year={1987},
  volume={PAMI-9},
  pages={429-438}
}
A new method is presented for the recognition of polyhedra in range data. The method is based on a hypothesis accumulation scheme which allows parallel implementations. The different objects to be recognized are modeled by a set of local geometrical patterns. Local patterns of the same nature are extracted from the scene. For the recognition of an object, local scene and model patterns having the same geometrical characteristics are matched. For each of the possible matches, the geometric… CONTINUE READING
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