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## A unified representation for interactive 3D modeling

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A method for registration of 3D shapes
- Besl, McKay
- 1992
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Citation Context ...(unorganized sets of points, surface curves or surface patches) 3D modeling consists of several steps: surface reconstruction [6, 10, 13] and/or geometric fusion 1 [3, 5, 8, 12, 14, 15], registration =-=[1, 12, 14]-=-, compression and visualization. Due to the computational complexity, the model reconstruction and the acquisition processes are usually performed separately. Current trends in 3D modeling indicate th... |

1019 | A volumetric method for building complex models from range images.
- Curless, Levoy
- 1996
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Citation Context ...t. Depending on the type of 3D data (unorganized sets of points, surface curves or surface patches) 3D modeling consists of several steps: surface reconstruction [6, 10, 13] and/or geometric fusion 1 =-=[3, 5, 8, 12, 14, 15]-=-, registration [1, 12, 14], compression and visualization. Due to the computational complexity, the model reconstruction and the acquisition processes are usually performed separately. Current trends ... |

814 | Surface Reconstruction From Unorganized Points,” Computer.
- Hoppe, DeRose, et al.
- 1992
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Citation Context ...uilding a 3D model of a measured object. Depending on the type of 3D data (unorganized sets of points, surface curves or surface patches) 3D modeling consists of several steps: surface reconstruction =-=[6, 10, 13]-=- and/or geometric fusion 1 [3, 5, 8, 12, 14, 15], registration [1, 12, 14], compression and visualization. Due to the computational complexity, the model reconstruction and the acquisition processes a... |

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Zippered polygon meshes from range images,” in
- Turk, Levoy
- 1994
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Citation Context ...t. Depending on the type of 3D data (unorganized sets of points, surface curves or surface patches) 3D modeling consists of several steps: surface reconstruction [6, 10, 13] and/or geometric fusion 1 =-=[3, 5, 8, 12, 14, 15]-=-, registration [1, 12, 14], compression and visualization. Due to the computational complexity, the model reconstruction and the acquisition processes are usually performed separately. Current trends ... |

228 | Real-Time 3D Model Acquisition”,
- Rusinkiewicz, Hall-Holt, et al.
- 2002
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Citation Context ... a model from curves or unorganized sets of points is referred to as surface reconstruction. stead of returning to the site and repeating the acquisition. Although interesting work has been published =-=[2, 7, 9, 11]-=- there were no complete real-time modeling systems due to the computational complexity with respect to the quantity of measured data which can be as large as several billion 3D points. To be able to h... |

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A general surface approach to the integration of a set of range views.
- Soucy, Laurendeau
- 1995
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Citation Context ...t. Depending on the type of 3D data (unorganized sets of points, surface curves or surface patches) 3D modeling consists of several steps: surface reconstruction [6, 10, 13] and/or geometric fusion 1 =-=[3, 5, 8, 12, 14, 15]-=-, registration [1, 12, 14], compression and visualization. Due to the computational complexity, the model reconstruction and the acquisition processes are usually performed separately. Current trends ... |

43 | Real-time range scanning of deformable surfaces by adaptively coded structured light.
- Koninckx, Griesser, et al.
- 2003
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Citation Context ... a model from curves or unorganized sets of points is referred to as surface reconstruction. stead of returning to the site and repeating the acquisition. Although interesting work has been published =-=[2, 7, 9, 11]-=- there were no complete real-time modeling systems due to the computational complexity with respect to the quantity of measured data which can be as large as several billion 3D points. To be able to h... |

39 | An Efficient Volumetric Method for Building Closed Triangular Meshes,” Graphics Interface ’97
- Roth, Wibowo
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Citation Context ...uilding a 3D model of a measured object. Depending on the type of 3D data (unorganized sets of points, surface curves or surface patches) 3D modeling consists of several steps: surface reconstruction =-=[6, 10, 13]-=- and/or geometric fusion 1 [3, 5, 8, 12, 14, 15], registration [1, 12, 14], compression and visualization. Due to the computational complexity, the model reconstruction and the acquisition processes a... |

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A self-referenced hand-held range sensor
- HÉBERT
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Citation Context ... set of crosshairs, thus allowing reconstruction as described in Section 3.3. The sensor is selfreferenced, that is, it computes its position and orientation by observing reference points in the scene=-=[4]-=-. What distinguishes this modeling system from others is its ability to incrementally reconstruct the model while displaying it in real-time. This greatly facilitates the acquisition since the user ha... |

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Registration and integration of multiple range images by matching signed distance fields for object shape modeling,”
- Masuda
- 2003
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13 | BAHMUTOV G.: The ModelCamera: a HandHeld Device for Interactive Modelling
- POPESCU, SACKS
- 2003
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Citation Context ... a model from curves or unorganized sets of points is referred to as surface reconstruction. stead of returning to the site and repeating the acquisition. Although interesting work has been published =-=[2, 7, 9, 11]-=- there were no complete real-time modeling systems due to the computational complexity with respect to the quantity of measured data which can be as large as several billion 3D points. To be able to h... |

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Recursive Model Optimization Using ICP and Free Moving 3D
- Blais, Godin
- 2003
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9 | A volumetric approach for interactive 3D modeling.In - Tubić, Laurendeau - 2002 |

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Geometric fusion for a handheld 3d sensor. Machine vision and applications
- Hilton, Illingworth
- 2000
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5 | 3D surface modeling from curves
- Tubic, Hebert, et al.
- 2004
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Citation Context ...uilding a 3D model of a measured object. Depending on the type of 3D data (unorganized sets of points, surface curves or surface patches) 3D modeling consists of several steps: surface reconstruction =-=[6, 10, 13]-=- and/or geometric fusion 1 [3, 5, 8, 12, 14, 15], registration [1, 12, 14], compression and visualization. Due to the computational complexity, the model reconstruction and the acquisition processes a... |