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Centerline Detection on Partial Mesh Scans by Confidence Vote in Accumulation Map

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This paper proposes an original method for extracting the centerline of 3D objects given only partial mesh scans as input data. Its principle relies on the construction of a normal vector accumulation map build by casting digital rays from input vertices. This map is then pruned according to a confidence voting rule: confidence in a point increases if this point has maximal votes along a ray. Points with high confidence accurately delineate the centerline of the object. The resulting centerline is robust enough to allow the reconstruction of the associated graph by a simple morphological processing of the confidence and a geodesic tracking. The overall process is unsupervised and only depends on a user-chosen maximal object radius. Experiments show a good behavior on standard mesh scans. Moreover, the proposed method is not only competitive with state-of-the-art methods on perfect data, but appears to be much more reliable on imperfect or damaged data, like holes, partial scans, noise, and scans from only one direction.
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hal-01435271 , version 1 (13-01-2017)

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Bertrand Kerautret, Adrien Krähenbühl, Isabelle Debled-Rennesson, Jacques-Olivier Lachaud. Centerline Detection on Partial Mesh Scans by Confidence Vote in Accumulation Map. ICPR 2016 - IAPR International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Dec 2016, Cancùn, Mexico. ⟨10.1109/ICPR.2016.7899829⟩. ⟨hal-01435271⟩
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