3D-Modeling for the Analysis of Range Data

J. Duckeck, H. Kirchner

Abstract


In this paper a new method of modeling 30-objects for the interpretation of range images is described.

In range data it is possible to detect surface patches, edges and 30- vertices by local and therefore fast operations. Recognition of an object is done by associating these structures with one element of a set of possible objects. For that it is necessary to use an adequate description of objects which supports fast matching. In this paper a model is presented, which represents an object by surfaces, edges, vertices and neighborhood relationships. The representation of the objects is restricted on those surfaces, which are easy to detect by the used range sensor.

A further requirement is a fast and easy interactive construction of object models which assists human demands and thus reduces the costs of providing and maintenance of the object database.


Keywords


range data, range image, depth data, surface patch, edge, vertex, neighborhood

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