Using Dirichlet Free Form Deformation to Fit Deformable Models to Noisy 3-D Data

@inproceedings{Ilic2002UsingDF,
  title={Using Dirichlet Free Form Deformation to Fit Deformable Models to Noisy 3-D Data},
  author={Slobodan Ilic and Pascal Fua},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={2002}
}
Free-form deformations (FFD) constitute an important geometric shape modification method that has been extensively investigated for computer animation and geometric modelling. In this work, we show that FFDs are also very effective to fit deformable models to the kind of noisy 3–D data that vision algorithms such as stereo tend to produce. We advocate the use of Dirichlet Free Form Deformation (DFFD) instead of more conventional FFDs because they give us the ability to place control points at… CONTINUE READING

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