Surface Mapping Using Consistent Pants Decomposition

  title={Surface Mapping Using Consistent Pants Decomposition},
  author={Xin Li and Xianfeng Gu and Hong Qin},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
Surface mapping is fundamental to shape computing and various downstream applications. This paper develops a pants decomposition framework for computing maps between surfaces with arbitrary topologies. The framework first conducts pants decomposition on both surfaces to segment them into consistent sets of pants patches (a pants patch is intuitively defined as a genus-0 surface with three boundaries), then composes global mapping between two surfaces by using harmonic maps of corresponding… CONTINUE READING
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