Stable Region Correspondences Between Non‐Isometric Shapes

@article{GanapathiSubramanian2016StableRC,
  title={Stable Region Correspondences Between Non‐Isometric Shapes},
  author={V. Ganapathi-Subramanian and B. Thibert and M. Ovsjanikov and L. Guibas},
  journal={Computer Graphics Forum},
  year={2016},
  volume={35}
}
We consider the problem of finding meaningful correspondences between 3D models that are related but not necessarily very similar. When the shapes are quite different, a point‐to‐point map is not always appropriate, so our focus in this paper is a method to build a set of correspondences between shape regions or parts. The proposed approach exploits a variety of feature functions on the shapes and makes use of the key observation that points in matching parts have similar ranks in the sorting… Expand
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