The enumerative geometry of projective algebraic surfaces and the complexity of aspect graphs

@article{Petitjean1996TheEG,
  title={The enumerative geometry of projective algebraic surfaces and the complexity of aspect graphs},
  author={Sylvain Petitjean},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Vision},
  year={1996},
  volume={19},
  pages={261-287}
}
The aspect graph is a popular viewer-centered representation that enumerates all the topologically distinct views of an object. Building the aspect graph requires partitioning viewpoint space in view-equivalent cells by a certain number of visual event surfaces. If the object is piecewise-smooth algebraic, then all visual event surfaces are either made of lines having specified contacts with the object or made of lines supporting the points of contacts of planes having specified contacts with… CONTINUE READING

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