CeRVIM Webinar: Saed Moradi, June 18, 2021

CeRVIM Webinar: Multiple Cylinders Extraction from Organized Point Clouds. 

Saed Moradi
Computer Vision and Systems Lab
Dép. de génie électrique et de génie informatique, Université Laval

June 18, 2021, 11h00

Résumé / Abstract
Most man-made objects are composed of a few geometric primitives (GPs) such as spheres, cylinders, planes, ellipsoids, or cones. Thus, the object recognition problem can be considered as a geometric primitives extraction. Among the different geometric primitives, cylinders are the most frequently used GPs in real-world scenes. Therefore, cylinder detection and extraction are of great importance in 3D computer vision. Despite the rapid progress of cylinder detection algorithms, there are still two open problems in this area. First, a robust strategy is needed for the initial sample selection component of the cylinder extraction module. Second, detecting multiple cylinders simultaneously has not yet been investigated in depth. In this presentation, a robust solution is provided to address these problems.

La présentation sera donnée en anglais et les diapos seront en anglais.
The presentation will be given in English and the slides will be in English.

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