Synthesising surface matching algorithms using the correspondence framework
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Computer vision tasks such as registration, modeling and object recognition, are becoming increasingly useful in industry. Each of these applications employs correspondence algorithms to compute accurate mappings between partially overlapping surfaces. In industry, it is essential to select an appropriate correspondence algorithm for a given surface matching task. A correspondence framework has recently been proposed to assist in the selection and creation of correspondence algorithms for these tasks. This paper demonstrates how to use the correspondence framework to create a new surface matching algorithm, which uses stages of an existing model matching algorithm. The efficiency with which the new algorithm is created using the correspondence frame work is emphasized. In addition, results show that the new algorithm is both robust and efficient.
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