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Plane Extraction for Indoor Place Recognition

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Plane Extraction for Indoor Place Recognition
In this paper, we present an image based plane extraction method well suited for real-time operations. Our approach exploits the assumption that the surrounding scene is mainly composed by planes disposed in known directions. Planes are detected from a single image exploiting a voting scheme that takes into account the vanishing lines. Then, candidate planes are validated and merged using a region growing based approach to detect in real-time planes inside an unknown indoor environment. Using the related plane homographies is possible to remove the perspective distortion, enabling standard place recognition algorithms to work in an invariant point of view setup. Quantitative Experiments performed with real world images show the effectiveness of our approach compared with a very popular method.
Ciro Potena, Alberto Pretto, Domenico Daniele Bloi
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where ACIVS
Authors Ciro Potena, Alberto Pretto, Domenico Daniele Bloisi, Daniele Nardi
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