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TVCG
2011
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8 years 6 months ago
Data-Parallel Octrees for Surface Reconstruction
—We present the first parallel surface reconstruction algorithm that runs entirely on the GPU. Like existing implicit surface reconstruction methods, our algorithm first builds...
Kun Zhou, Minmin Gong, Xin Huang, Baining Guo
SMI
2010
IEEE
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8 years 10 months ago
Point Cloud Skeletons via Laplacian Based Contraction
—We present an algorithm for curve skeleton extraction via Laplacian-based contraction. Our algorithm can be applied to surfaces with boundaries, polygon soups, and point clouds....
Junjie Cao, Andrea Tagliasacchi, Matt Olson, Hao Z...
PAMI
2010
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8 years 10 months ago
Surface-from-Gradients without Discrete Integrability Enforcement: A Gaussian Kernel Approach
—Representative surface reconstruction algorithms taking a gradient field as input enforces the integrability constraint in a discrete manner. While enforcing integrability allo...
Heung-Sun Ng, Tai-Pang Wu, Chi-Keung Tang
PAMI
2007
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8 years 11 months ago
Shape Estimation Using Polarization and Shading from Two Views
—This paper presents a novel method for 3D surface reconstruction that uses polarization and shading information from two views. The method relies on the polarization data acquir...
Gary Atkinson, Edwin R. Hancock
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
CAD
2005
Springer
8 years 11 months ago
A Delaunay-based region-growing approach to surface reconstruction from unorganized points
This paper presents a Delaunay-based region-growing (DBRG) surface reconstruction algorithm that holds the advantages of both Delaunay-based and region-growing approaches. The pro...
Chuan-Chu Kuo, Hong-Tzong Yau
JCP
2007
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Optical 3D Surface Reconstruction by a Multi-Period Phase Shift Method
— One problem of classical phase shifting for optical 3D surface reconstruction is the occurrence of ambiguities due to the use of fringe projection. We generally derive a number...
Erik Lilienblum, Bernd Michaelis
JMIV
2008
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8 years 11 months ago
Recognising Algebraic Surfaces from Two Outlines
Photographic outlines of 3 dimensional solids are robust and rich in information useful for surface reconstruction. This paper studies algebraic surfaces viewed from 2 cameras with...
Simon Collings, Ryszard Kozera, Lyle Noakes
CAD
2007
Springer
8 years 12 months ago
Dynamic B-spline surface reconstruction: Closing the sensing-and-modeling loop in 3D digitization
In this paper, we present a new B-spline surface reconstruction approach, called dynamic surface reconstruction, aiming to close the sensingand-modeling loop in 3D digitization. A...
Yunbao Huang, Xiaoping Qian
NIPS
2004
9 years 1 months ago
Surface Reconstruction using Learned Shape Models
We consider the problem of geometrical surface reconstruction from one or several images using learned shape models. While humans can effortlessly retrieve 3D shape information, t...
Jan Erik Solem, Fredrik Kahl
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