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Compression for Smooth Shape Analysis

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  • UserVirginia Estellers (Technical University of Munich)
  • ClockMonday 12 February 2018, 16:00-17:00
  • HouseMR 14.

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Most 3D shape analysis methods use triangular meshes to discretize both the shape and functions on it as piecewise linear functions. With this representation, shape analy- sis requires fine meshes to represent smooth shapes and geometric operators like normals, curvatures, or Laplace- Beltrami eigenfunctions at large computational and mem- ory costs.

We avoid this bottleneck with a compression technique that represents a smooth shape as subdivision surfaces and exploits the subdivision scheme to parametrize smooth functions on that shape with a few control parameters. This compression does not affect the accuracy of the Laplace- Beltrami operator and its eigenfunctions and allow us to compute shape descriptors and shape matchings at an ac- curacy comparable to triangular meshes but a fraction of the computational cost.

Our framework can also compress surfaces represented by point clouds to do shape analysis of 3D scanning data.

This is joint work with Frank Schmidt and Daniel Cremers.

This talk is part of the Applied and Computational Analysis series.

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