2nd CAD-Based Vision Workshop, 1994: Proceedings

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The proceedings of the IEEE Workshop held in Champion, Pa., February 1994, are organized in sessions devoted to indexing and geometric hashing; matching large databases; model-building techniques (polyhedron-oriented), model-building techniques (curved surface- oriented), sensor model and appearance simulation, matching techniques, inspection and surveillance, and physics-based object recognition. No index. Acidic paper. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780818653100
  • Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
  • Publication date: 2/28/1994
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 320

Table of Contents

Probabilistic Indexing: A New Method of Indexing 3D Model Data from 2D Image Data 2
Geometric Hashing with Attributed Features 9
Interactive Learning of Multiple Attribute Hash Table for Fast 3D Object Recognition 17
Rapid Object Recognition from a Large Model Database 28
Creating Random Structural Descriptions of CAD Models and Determining Object Classes 38
Sensor Modeling, Probabilistic Hypothesis Generation, and Robust Localization for Object Recognition 46
Optimal Geometric Model Matching Under Full 3D Perspective 54
A Visual Database System for Data and Experiment Management in Model-Based Computer Vision 64
Building a B-rep from a Segmented Range Image 74
Automatic Creation of Architectural CAD Models 82
Recursive Estimation for CAD Model Recovery 90
Reconstructing CAD Models of Articulated Objects 98
A Robust Method for Registration and Segmentation of Multiple Range Images 106
Building Three-Dimensional CAD/CAM Models from Image Sequences 116
Merging Multiple Views Using a Spherical Representation 124
Multiple Representation Approach to Geometric Model Construction from Range Data 132
Adaptive Sampling and Reconstruction for Discontinuity Preserving Texture-Mapped Triangulation 298
Automating the Sensor Placement Task for Accurate Dimensional Inspection 142
Planning Focus of Attention for Multi-Fingered Hand with Consideration of Time-Varying Aspects 151
Unified 3D Models for Multisensor Image Synthesis 161
Building Global Object Models by Purposive Viewpoint Control 169
Integration of Multiple Feature Groups and Multiple Views into a 3D Object Recognition System 184
Feature Based Aspect-Trees - Generation and Interpretation 192
Generic Object Recognition Using CAD-Based Multiple Representations 202
Matching Curved 3D Object Models to 2D Images 210
IVIS: An Integrated Volumetric Inspection System 220
Industrial Inspection and Reverse Engineering 228
CAD-Based Inspection of 3D Objects Using Range Images 236
CAD-Based Object Tracking with Distributed Monocular Camera for Security Monitoring 291
Decoupling Recognition and Localization in CAD-Based Vision 246
Object Recognition and Categorization Using Modal Matching 258
Fitting a Surface to 3-D Points Using an Inflating Balloon Model 266
Surface Approximation of a Cloud of 3D Points 274
An Investigation into the Use of Physical Modeling for the Prediction of Various Feature Types Visible from Different Viewpoints 282
Author Index 307
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