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PAMI
2007
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8 years 11 months ago
Variational Surface Interpolation from Sparse Point and Normal Data
Many visual cues for surface reconstruction from known views are sparse in nature, e.g. specularities, surface silhouettes and salient features in an otherwise textureless region....
Jan Erik Solem, Henrik Aanæs, Anders Heyden
3DPVT
2004
IEEE
231views Visualization» more  3DPVT 2004»
9 years 3 months ago
A Variational Analysis of Shape from Specularities using Sparse Data
Looking around in our every day environment, many of the encountered objects are specular to some degree. Actively using this fact when reconstructing objects from image sequences...
Jan Erik Solem, Henrik Aanæs, Anders Heyden
TOG
2002
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8 years 11 months ago
Modelling with implicit surfaces that interpolate
We introduce new techniques for modelling with interpolating implicit surfaces. This form of implicit surface was first used for problems of surface reconstruction [24] and shape ...
Greg Turk, James F. O'Brien
VMV
2003
165views Visualization» more  VMV 2003»
9 years 1 months ago
C1-Continuous Terrain Reconstruction from Sparse Contours
Contour lines from topographic maps are still the most common form of elevation data for the Earth’s surface and in the case of historical landscapes, they often are the only av...
Kai Hormann, Salvatore Spinello, Peter Schröd...
ROBIO
2015
IEEE
30views Robotics» more  ROBIO 2015»
3 years 7 months ago
A novel way to organize 3D LiDAR point cloud as 2D depth map height map and surface normal map
— In this paper we focus on what meaningful 2D perceptual information we can get from 3D LiDAR point cloud. Current work [1] [2] [3] have demonstrated that the depth, height and ...
Yuhang He, Long Chen, Jianda Chen, Ming Li
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