Low-resolution Surface Mapping: a Topological and Geometrical Approach

Abstract : In this paper we tackle the problem of mapping a surface acquired from a real object onto a piece of the plane, taking into account the topological and geometrical properties of the surface, as well as the speci-ficity of low-resolution acquisitions. We first describe the general background of surfaces unfolding and cutting. We then introduce the cutting process used to manage the topological constraint of the one-to-one mapping, with some speedup improvements. Specific geometrical constraints linked to the low resolution context are detailed, and some experimental results on real and synthetic data are finally presented.
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European Workshop on Computational Geometry, 2009, Bruxelles, Belgium
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Jean-Marie Favreau, Vincent Barra. Low-resolution Surface Mapping: a Topological and Geometrical Approach. European Workshop on Computational Geometry, 2009, Bruxelles, Belgium. 〈hal-01622907〉

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