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GEOMETRICAL DEGENERACY REMOVAL BY VIRTUAL DISTURBANCES - An Application to Surface Reconstruction from Point Slice SamplesTopics: Fundamental Methods and Algorithms; Model Validation; Modeling and Algorithms; Solid and Heterogeneous Modeling; Surface Modeling

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Abstract: In surface reconstruction from slice samples (typical in medical imaging, coordinate measurement machines,
stereolithography, etc.) the available methods attack the geometrical and topological properties of the surface. Topological methods classify the transitions occurred in the 2-manifold between two consecutive slices i and
i + 1. Geometrical methods synthesize the surface based on local proximity of the contours in consecutive slices. Superimposed 2D Voronoi Diagrams V Di and V Di+1 for slices i and i + 1, respectively, present topological problems if, for example, a site of V Di lies on an site or an edge of V Di+1 . The usual treatment of this problem in literature is to apply a geometrical disturbance to either V Di or V Di+1 , thus eliminating the degeneracy. In contrast, this article presents the implementation of a method which identifies the degenerate situation, constructs
un-instantiated topological constructs, choses a geometrical instantiation based on a virtual disturbance introduced to the actual configuration. The algorithm was successfully applied to remove non-manifold topologies produced by well known algorithms in surface reconstruction.
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In surface reconstruction from slice samples (typical in medical imaging, coordinate measurement machines, stereolithography, etc.) the available methods attack the geometrical and topological properties of the surface. Topological methods classify the transitions occurred in the 2-manifold between two consecutive slices i and i + 1. Geometrical methods synthesize the surface based on local proximity of the contours in consecutive slices. Superimposed 2D Voronoi Diagrams V Di and V Di+1 for slices i and i + 1, respectively, present topological problems if, for example, a site of V Di lies on an site or an edge of V Di+1 . The usual treatment of this problem in literature is to apply a geometrical disturbance to either V Di or V Di+1 , thus eliminating the degeneracy. In contrast, this article presents the implementation of a method which identifies the degenerate situation, constructs un-instantiated topological constructs, choses a geometrical instantiation based on a virtual disturbance introduced to the actual configuration. The algorithm was successfully applied to remove non-manifold topologies produced by well known algorithms in surface reconstruction.

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Ruiz O.; Vasquez E.; Peña S.; Granados M. and (2008). GEOMETRICAL DEGENERACY REMOVAL BY VIRTUAL DISTURBANCES - An Application to Surface Reconstruction from Point Slice Samples.In Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications - Volume 1: GRAPP, (VISIGRAPP 2008) ISBN 978-989-8111-20-3, pages 113-118. DOI: 10.5220/0001098101130118

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JO - Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications - Volume 1: GRAPP, (VISIGRAPP 2008) TI - GEOMETRICAL DEGENERACY REMOVAL BY VIRTUAL DISTURBANCES - An Application to Surface Reconstruction from Point Slice Samples SN - 978-989-8111-20-3 AU - Ruiz, O. AU - Vasquez, E. AU - Peña, S. AU - Granados, M. PY - 2008 SP - 113 EP - 118 DO - 10.5220/0001098101130118