Recognition with Second-Order Topographic Surface Features

Abstract

We previously[3] defined eight second-order volumetric primitives and then showed[4] that they can be extracted from range data. This paper shows that by using them model matching is more efficient, because the shape vocabulary reduces the combinatorial generation of hypotheses. With the model-to-data correspondences, accurate three dimensional model… (More)
DOI: 10.5244/C.5.59

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@inproceedings{Fisher1991RecognitionWS, title={Recognition with Second-Order Topographic Surface Features}, author={Robert B. Fisher}, booktitle={BMVC}, year={1991} }