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Keywords Triangle Mesh-based Surface · Gradient Descent Flow · Surface Evolution · Variational Methods · Shape Gradient · Visibility · 3D Reconstruction · Multi-view

By  and Amaël DelaunoyEmmanuel Prados and Amaël Delaunoy

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Abstract This article tackles the problem of using variational methods for evolving 3D deformable surfaces. We give an overview of gradient descent flows when the shape is represented by a triangular mesh-based surface, and we detail the gradients of two generic energy functionals which embody a number of energies used in mesh processing and computer vision. In particular, we show how to rigorously account for visibility in the surface optimization process. We present different applications including 3D reconstruction from multiple views for which the visibility is fundamental. The gradient correctly takes into account the visibility changes that occur when a surface moves; this forces the contours generated by the reconstructed surface to match with the apparent contours in the input images

Year: 2011
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