Extracting Skeletal Curves from 3D Scattered Data

Abstract : We introduce a method for extracting skeletal curves from an unorganized collection of scattered data points lying on a surface. These curves may have a tree like structure to capture branching shapes such as blood vessels. The skeletal curves can be used for different applications ranging from surface reconstruction to object recognition.
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Anne Verroust, Francis Lazarus. Extracting Skeletal Curves from 3D Scattered Data. Shape Modeling International, Mar 1999, Aizu Wakamatsu, Japan. ⟨hal-01224911⟩

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