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An experimental effectiveness comparison of methods for 3D similarity search

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An experimental effectiveness comparison of methods for 3D similarity search
Methods for content-based similarity search are fundamental for managing large multimedia repositories, as they make it possible to conduct queries for similar content, and to organize the repositories into classes of similar objects. 3D objects are an important type of multimedia data with many promising application possibilities. Defining the aspects that constitute the similarity among 3D objects, and designing algorithms that implement such similarity definitions is a difficult problem. Over the last few years, a strong interest in 3D similarity search has arisen, and a growing number of competing algorithms for the retrieval of 3D objects have been proposed. The contributions of this paper are to survey a body of recently proposed methods for 3D similarity search, to organize them along a descriptor extraction process model, and to present an extensive experimental effectiveness and efficiency evaluation of these methods, using several 3D databases. Keywords 3D model retrieval
Benjamin Bustos, Daniel A. Keim, Dietmar Saupe, To
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where JODL
Authors Benjamin Bustos, Daniel A. Keim, Dietmar Saupe, Tobias Schreck, Dejan V. Vranic
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