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Shape-Based 3D Surface Correspondence Using Geodesics and Local Geometry

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Shape-Based 3D Surface Correspondence Using Geodesics and Local Geometry
This paper describes a new method for determining correspondence between points on pairs of surfaces based on shape using a combination of geodesic distance and surface curvature. An initial sparse set of corresponding points are generated using a shapebased matching procedure. Geodesic interpolation is employed in order to capture the complex surface. In addition, surface correspondence and triangulation are computed simultaneously in a hierarchical way. Results applied to human cerebral cortical surfaces are shown to evaluate the approach.
Yongmei Wang, Bradley S. Peterson, Lawrence H. Sta
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Year 2000
Where CVPR
Authors Yongmei Wang, Bradley S. Peterson, Lawrence H. Staib
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