Intrinsic Features on Surfaces

In proceedings of The 10th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics (CESCG 2006), pages 169-176, Apr. 2006
Präsentiert: The 10th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics (CESCG 2006)
 

Abstract

The detection of stable feature points is an important preprocessing step for many applications in computer graphics. Especially, registration and matching applications often require those points and depend heavily on their quality. In the 2D image case, scale space based feature detection is well established and shows unquestionably good results. For this reason, we generalize a scale space to 3D surfaces and use it for the detection of analog feature points in 3D. Our features are robust to noise and provide a good description of the model.

Stichwörter: feature detection, intrinsic, surface

This paper won the Best Paper Award at the CESCG 2006 conference.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{schlattmann-2006-intrinsic,
      author = {Schlattmann, Markus},
       pages = {169--176},
       title = {Intrinsic Features on Surfaces},
   booktitle = {The 10th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics (CESCG 2006)},
        year = {2006},
       month = apr,
    keywords = {feature detection, intrinsic, surface},
    abstract = {The detection of stable feature points is an important preprocessing
                step for many applications in computer graphics.
                Especially, registration and matching applications often
                require those points and depend heavily on their quality.
                In the 2D image case, scale space based feature detection
                is well established and shows unquestionably good
                results. For this reason, we generalize a scale space to
                3D surfaces and use it for the detection of analog feature
                points in 3D. Our features are robust to noise and provide
                a good description of the model.},
  conference = {The 10th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics (CESCG 2006)}
}