Reconstruction problems are always included in a computer vision system as one of the key step toward the recognition of a scene. There are hierarchies of reconstruction that go from pixels to regions in the lower level, and from patches to objects in higher steps. The success of the reconstruction phase de-pends on several factors: the selection of "suitable" features, the matching function, the linking strategy. I this paper we show some of problems and solutions in two different contexts: the 3D reconstruction from cloud of points representing fragments of archeological finding, and the mosaicing from sea bed video frames. Preliminary results show that in both cases the accuracy is satisfactory

Bellavia, F;Cipolla, M;Di Gesù, V;Gagliano, G;Tegolo, D;Valenti, C (17 marzo 2006).Dealing with reconstruction problems: two cases study.

Dealing with reconstruction problems: two cases study

Bellavia, F;TEGOLO, Domenico;VALENTI, Cesare Fabio

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Reconstruction problems are always included in a computer vision system as one of the key step toward the recognition of a scene. There are hierarchies of reconstruction that go from pixels to regions in the lower level, and from patches to objects in higher steps. The success of the reconstruction phase de-pends on several factors: the selection of "suitable" features, the matching function, the linking strategy. I this paper we show some of problems and solutions in two different contexts: the 3D reconstruction from cloud of points representing fragments of archeological finding, and the mosaicing from sea bed video frames. Preliminary results show that in both cases the accuracy is satisfactory
image mosaicing; 3d mesh segmentation; 3d mesh reconstruction
Bellavia, F;Cipolla, M;Di Gesù, V;Gagliano, G;Tegolo, D;Valenti, C (17 marzo 2006).Dealing with reconstruction problems: two cases study.
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