Volumetric Models in Computer Vision - an Overview

Franc Solina


Volumetric models are the top-level representation in computer vision applications. Volumetric models are especially suited for part-level representation on which manipulation, recognition and other reasoning can be based. The two most popular types of volumetric models are generalized cylinders and superquadrics. This paper gives an overview of research and applications of volumetric models in computer vision and robotics with emphasis on superquadrics.


volumetric models, computer vision, generalized cylinders, superquadrics

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