Affine-invariant diffusion geometry for the analysis of deformable 3D shapes

12/29/2010
by   Dan Raviv, et al.
Technion
IEEE
Tel Aviv University
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We introduce an (equi-)affine invariant diffusion geometry by which surfaces that go through squeeze and shear transformations can still be properly analyzed. The definition of an affine invariant metric enables us to construct an invariant Laplacian from which local and global geometric structures are extracted. Applications of the proposed framework demonstrate its power in generalizing and enriching the existing set of tools for shape analysis.

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