Toward local description of 3D objects



Elia Moscoso Thompson

Toward local description of 3D objects
Speaker:
Elia Moscoso Thompson
Abstract:
Abstract: In the Visual Heritage domain, computer graphics is expected to support archaeologists and curators to address cross-correlation and searching across multiple collections. To this purpose, it is necessary to define flexible, multi-modal similarity criteria that are coherent with the properties that the archaeologists use to analyse such collections. Archaeological excavations return artifacts that often are damaged with parts that are fragmented in more pieces or totally missing. Therefore, the notion of similarity among fragments cannot simply base on the geometric shape but style, material, color, decorations, etc. are all important factors that concur to this concept. The concurrent analysis of multiple properties and the similarity reasoning in presence of noise and missing data are lively research topics in Visual Heritage that call for a quantitative approach. In particular, the pattern based analysis and classification of 3D artifacts is an open problem which presents several challenges. In this talk we briefly sum up the state of art on the similarity reasoning on 3D artifacts and focus on the pattern retrieval and recognition problem on surfaces
Date:
Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 2:30PM
Location:
DIBRIS, Valletta Puggia, Conference Room 3rd floor

 

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