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Center-Shift: An approach towards automatic robust mesh segmentation (ARMS)

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Center-Shift: An approach towards automatic robust mesh segmentation (ARMS)
In the area of 3D shape analysis, research in mesh segmentation has always been an important topic, as it is a fundamental low-level task which can be utilized in many applications including computer-aided design, computer animation, biomedical applications and many other fields. We define the automatic robust mesh segmentation (ARMS) method in this paper, which 1) is invariant to isometric transformation, 2) is insensitive to noise and deformation, 3) performs closely to human perception, 4) is efficient in computation, and 5) is minimally dependent on prior knowledge. In this work, we develop a new framework, namely the Center-Shift, which discovers meaningful segments of a 3D object by exploring the intrinsic geometric structure encoded in the biharmonic kernel. Our Center-Shift framework has three main steps: First, we construct a feature space where every vertex on the mesh surface is associated with the corresponding biharmonic kernel density function value. Second, we apply ...
Mengtian Sun, Yi Fang, Karthik Ramani
Added 28 Sep 2012
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Type Journal
Year 2012
Where CVPR
Authors Mengtian Sun, Yi Fang, Karthik Ramani
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