An automatic framework for 3D objects-parts learning
In this paper, we propose a new approach to get the optimal segmentation of a 3D mesh as a human can perceive using the minima rule and spectral clustering. This method is fully unsupervised and provides a hierarchical segmentation via recursive cuts. We introduce a new concept of the adjacency matrix based on cognitive studies. We also introduce the use of one-spectral clustering which leads to the optimal Cheeger cut value.