A Simple Approach to Intrinsic Correspondence Learning on Unstructured 3D Meshes

Isaak Lim, Alexander Dielen, Marcel Campen, Leif Kobbelt
Geometry Meets Deep Learning ECCV 2018 Workshop

The question of representation of 3D geometry is of vital importance when it comes to leveraging the recent advances in the field of machine learning for geometry processing tasks. For common unstructured surface meshes state-of-the-art methods rely on patch-based or mapping-based techniques that introduce resampling operations in order to encode neighborhood information in a structured and regular manner. We investigate whether such resampling can be avoided, and propose a simple and direct encoding approach. It does not only increase processing efficiency due to its simplicity - its direct nature also avoids any loss in data fidelity. To evaluate the proposed method, we perform a number of experiments in the challenging domain of intrinsic, non-rigid shape correspondence estimation. In comparisons to current methods we observe that our approach is able to achieve highly competitive results.

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@inproceedings{lim2018_correspondence_learning,
title={A Simple Approach to Intrinsic Correspondence Learning on Unstructured 3D Meshes},
author={Lim, Isaak and Dielen, Alexander and Campen, Marcel and Kobbelt, Leif},
booktitle={Computer Vision -- ECCV 2018 Workshops},
pages={xx--xx},
year={2018},
publisher={Springer International Publishing}
}




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