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Qualitative Comparison of Contraction-Based Curve Skeletonization Methods

By André Sobiecki, Haluk C. Yasan, Andrei C. Jalba and Alexandru C. Telea

Abstract

In recent years, many new methods have been proposed for extracting curve skeletons of 3D shapes, using a mesh-contraction principle. However, it is still unclear how these methods perform with respect to each other, and with respect to earlier voxel-based skeletonization methods, from the viewpoint of certain quality criteria known from the literature. In this study, we compare six recent contraction-based curve-skeletonization methods that use a mesh representation against six accepted quality criteria, on a set of complex 3D shapes. Our results reveal previously unknown limitations of the compared methods, and link these limitations to algorithmic aspects of the studied methods.

Topics: shape representation, shape analysis; curve skeletons
Publisher: University of Groningen, Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:pure.rug.nl:publications/fa9690c6-9879-487e-85a7-dc5ddf904d9a
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