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3D Surface Reconstruction Using a Generalized Distance Function

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3D Surface Reconstruction Using a Generalized Distance Function
We define a generalized distance function on an unoriented 3D point set and describe how it may be used to reconstruct a surface approximating these points. This distance function is shown to be a Mahalanobis distance in a higher-dimensional embedding space of the points, and the resulting reconstruction algorithm a natural extension of the classical Radial Basis Function (RBF) approach. Experimental results show the superiority of our reconstruction algorithm to RBF and other methods in a variety of practical scenarios.
R. Poranne, Craig Gotsman, Daniel Keren
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CGF
Authors R. Poranne, Craig Gotsman, Daniel Keren
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