3D Shape Matching with 3D Shape Contexts

In proceedings of The 7th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics, Apr. 2003
Presented at The 7th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics, April 22-24, Budmerice, Slovakia
 

Abstract

Content based 3D shape retrieval for broad domains like the World Wide Web has recently gained considerable attention in Computer Graphics community. One of the main challenges in this context is the mapping of 3D objects into compact canonical representations referred to as descriptors or feature vector, which serve as search keys during the retrieval process. The descriptors should have certain desirable properties like invariance under scaling, rotation and translation as well as a descriptive power providing a basis for similarity measure between threedimensional objects which is close to the human notion of resemblance.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{koertgen-2003-3d,
       author = {K{\"o}rtgen, Marcel and Park, G. -J. and Novotni, Marcin and Klein, Reinhard},
        title = {3D Shape Matching with 3D Shape Contexts},
    booktitle = {The 7th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics},
         year = {2003},
        month = apr,
  institution = {Universit{\"a}t Bonn},
     abstract = {Content based 3D shape retrieval for broad domains like the World Wide Web has recently gained
                 considerable attention in Computer Graphics community. One of the main challenges in this context is
                 the mapping of 3D objects
                 into compact canonical representations referred to as descriptors or feature vector, which serve as
                 search keys during the retrieval process. The descriptors should have certain desirable properties
                 like invariance under scaling, rotation and translation as well as a descriptive power providing a
                 basis for similarity measure between threedimensional objects which is close to the human notion
                 of resemblance.},
   conference = {The 7th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics, April 22-24, Budmerice, Slovakia}
}