### Table 1: Classification for the HK segmentation based on the sign of the Mean (H) and Gaussian (K) curvatures

2001

"... In PAGE 1: ... C3 BP AKBD A3 AKBE (1) The Mean curvature equals the arithmetic average of the principal curvatures. C0 BP AKBD B7 AKBE BE (2) Image points can be labelled as belonging to a view- point independent surface shape class type based on the combination of the signs from the Gaussian and Mean cur- vatures as shown in Table1 . We found that it is not neces- sary to differentiate between the different kinds of saddles (ie.... ..."

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### Table 2. Gaussian Curvature Segmentation

### Table 1: Classification for the HK segmentation based on the sign of the Mean (H) and Gaussian (K) curvatures

2001

"... In PAGE 3: ... a5a7a6 a0a2a1a9a8a10a0a4a3 (1) The Mean curvature equals the arithmetic average of the principal curvatures. a11a12a6 a0a2a1a14a13a15a0a4a3 a16 (2) Image points can be labelled as belonging to a view- point independent surface shape class type based on the combination of the signs from the Gaussian and Mean cur- vatures as shown in Table1 . We found that it is not neces- sary to differentiate between the different kinds of saddles (ie.... ..."

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### Table 1 Curvature classes

in Corner

1998

"... In PAGE 5: ... As a result, H gxxgyy g2 xy 10 and K gxx gyy 2 : 11 The signs and zeros of the mean and Gaussian curvatures can be used to categorise the local surface geometry into a number of distinct topo- graphic classes. These classes are summarised in Table1 . In this paper, we are interested in the saddle-structures which are labelled as hyperbolic features in the table.... ..."

### Table 1: Classi cation of surface points by the sign of Gaussian and mean curvature.

### Table 1. True values of Gaussian and mean curvature for the 3 test surfaces

### Table 1. True values of Gaussian and mean curvature for the 3 test surfaces

### Table 1. Surface type classification based on Gaussian and mean curvature

### TABLE 1 Surface Description from Gaussian and Mean Curvatures (from [8])

in doi:10.1006/cviu.2002.0973 Saliency Sequential Surface Organization for Free-Form Object Recognition

2001