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3113 | A method for registration of 3D shapes - Besl, McKay - 1992 |

989 | Closed-Form Solution of Absolute Orientation using Unit Quaternions,”
- Horn
- 1987
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Citation Context ...mation are generally estimated by the use of closed-form solutions, mainly singular value decomposition (SVD) (Arun et al., 1987; Horn et al., 1988) and quaternion methods (Faugeras and Hebert, 1986; =-=Horn, 1987-=-). Eggert et al. (1997) and Williams et al. (1999) provide an extensive review and comparison. The closed-form solutions can only estimate the parameters of a rigid body or a similarity transformation... |

795 |
Object modeling by registration of multiple range images
- Chen, Medioni
- 1991
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Citation Context ... the other surface. Alternatively, the distance between the transformed points in one surface and the corresponding tangent planes on the other surface was used as a registration evaluation function (=-=Chen and Medioni, 1992-=-; Bergevin et al., 1996; Pulli, 1999). The point-to-tangent plane approach gives a better registration accuracy than the point-to-point approach. It was originally proposed by Potmesil (1983). The out... |

718 | Efficient variants of the ICP algorithm
- Rusinkiewicz, Levoy
- 2001
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Citation Context ...nd Subbarao (2003). Several reviews and comparison studies on surface registration methods are available in the literature (Jokinen and Haggren, 1998; Williams et al., 1999; Campbell and Flynn, 2001; =-=Rusinkiewicz and Levoy, 2001-=-; Gruen and Akca, 2005).sIn Photogrammetry, the problem statement of surface patch matching and its solution method was first addressed by Gruen (1985) as a straight extension of Least Squares matchin... |

585 |
Least-square fitting of two 3-d point sets.
- Arun, Huang
- 1987
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Citation Context ...and Ayache, 1996; Szeliski and Lavallee, 1996). The parameters of the rigid body transformation are generally estimated by the use of closed-form solutions, mainly singular value decomposition (SVD) (=-=Arun et al., 1987-=-; Horn et al., 1988) and quaternion methods (Faugeras and Hebert, 1986; Horn, 1987). Eggert et al. (1997) and Williams et al. (1999) provide an extensive review and comparison. The closed-form solutio... |

548 |
Zippered polygon meshes from range images,” in
- Turk, Levoy
- 1994
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Citation Context ...ity of the registration. The following strategies have been proposed for localization and elimination of outliers and occlusions: rejection of pairs based on predefined (constant) distance threshold (=-=Turk and Levoy, 1994-=-; Zhang, 1994; Blais and Levine, 1995; Guehring, 2001; Dalley and Flynn, 2002) or variable distance thresholds adapted from Robust Estimation Methods (Masuda and Yokoya, 1995; Neugebauer, 1997; Fitzgi... |

265 |
The representation recognition, and locating of 3-D objects.
- Faugeras, Hebert
- 1986
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Citation Context ... of the rigid body transformation are generally estimated by the use of closed-form solutions, mainly singular value decomposition (SVD) (Arun et al., 1987; Horn et al., 1988) and quaternion methods (=-=Faugeras and Hebert, 1986-=-; Horn, 1987). Eggert et al. (1997) and Williams et al. (1999) provide an extensive review and comparison. The closed-form solutions can only estimate the parameters of a rigid body or a similarity tr... |

222 | Multiview registration for large data sets.
- Pulli
- 1999
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Citation Context ... between the transformed points in one surface and the corresponding tangent planes on the other surface was used as a registration evaluation function (Chen and Medioni, 1992; Bergevin et al., 1996; =-=Pulli, 1999-=-). The point-to-tangent plane approach gives a better registration accuracy than the point-to-point approach. It was originally proposed by Potmesil (1983). The outliers due to erroneous measurements ... |

200 | A survey of free-form object representation and recognition techniques.
- Campbell, Flynn
- 2001
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Citation Context ...d Huegli (2003) and Park and Subbarao (2003). Several reviews and comparison studies on surface registration methods are available in the literature (Jokinen and Haggren, 1998; Williams et al., 1999; =-=Campbell and Flynn, 2001-=-; Rusinkiewicz and Levoy, 2001; Gruen and Akca, 2005).sIn Photogrammetry, the problem statement of surface patch matching and its solution method was first addressed by Gruen (1985) as a straight exte... |

182 | Adaptive least squares correlation: a powerful image matching technique,”
- Gruen
- 1985
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Citation Context ...ndard deviations of the estimated transformation parameters and the correlations between themselves may give useful information concerning the stability of the system and quality of the data content (=-=Gruen, 1985-=-): ˆ ˆ T −1 σ p = σ0 q pp , q pp ∈ Q xx = ( A PA + Pb ) where Qxx is the cofactor matrix for the estimated parameters. (16) Detection of false correspondences with respect to the outliers and occlusio... |

156 |
Towards a general multiview registration technique,”
- Bergevin, Soucy, et al.
- 1996
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Citation Context ...rnatively, the distance between the transformed points in one surface and the corresponding tangent planes on the other surface was used as a registration evaluation function (Chen and Medioni, 1992; =-=Bergevin et al., 1996-=-; Pulli, 1999). The point-to-tangent plane approach gives a better registration accuracy than the point-to-point approach. It was originally proposed by Potmesil (1983). The outliers due to erroneous ... |

156 | Matching 3-D anatomical surfaces with non-rigid deformations using octree-splines.
- Szeliski, Lavallée
- 1996
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Citation Context ...e estimation of a 6-parameter rigid body transformation without uniform scale factor. There are a few reports in which higher order geometric transformations are formulated (Feldmar and Ayache, 1996; =-=Szeliski and Lavallee, 1996-=-). The parameters of the rigid body transformation are generally estimated by the use of closed-form solutions, mainly singular value decomposition (SVD) (Arun et al., 1987; Horn et al., 1988) and qua... |

151 | R.B.: Estimating 3-D rigid body transformations: a comparison of four major algorithms. - Eggert, Lorusso, et al. - 1997 |

147 | Robust registration of 2D and 3D point sets,”
- Fitzgibbon
- 2003
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Citation Context ..., 1994; Zhang, 1994; Blais and Levine, 1995; Guehring, 2001; Dalley and Flynn, 2002) or variable distance thresholds adapted from Robust Estimation Methods (Masuda and Yokoya, 1995; Neugebauer, 1997; =-=Fitzgibbon, 2001-=-; Gruen and Akca, 2005), rejection of pairs based on the orientation threshold for surface normals (Zhang, 1994; Guehring, 2001), rejection of pairs containing points on mesh boundaries (Turk and Levo... |

142 | Registering Multiview Range Data to Create 3D Computer Objects,
- Blais, Martin
- 1993
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Citation Context ...ing strategies have been proposed for localization and elimination of outliers and occlusions: rejection of pairs based on predefined (constant) distance threshold (Turk and Levoy, 1994; Zhang, 1994; =-=Blais and Levine, 1995-=-; Guehring, 2001; Dalley and Flynn, 2002) or variable distance thresholds adapted from Robust Estimation Methods (Masuda and Yokoya, 1995; Neugebauer, 1997; Fitzgibbon, 2001; Gruen and Akca, 2005), re... |

113 |
Rigid, affine and locally affine registration of free-form surfaces”,
- Feldmar, Ayache
- 1996
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Citation Context ...main emphasis is put on the estimation of a 6-parameter rigid body transformation without uniform scale factor. There are a few reports in which higher order geometric transformations are formulated (=-=Feldmar and Ayache, 1996-=-; Szeliski and Lavallee, 1996). The parameters of the rigid body transformation are generally estimated by the use of closed-form solutions, mainly singular value decomposition (SVD) (Arun et al., 198... |

103 | Least squares 3D surface and curve matching
- Gruen, Akca
- 2005
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Citation Context ...4; Blais and Levine, 1995; Guehring, 2001; Dalley and Flynn, 2002) or variable distance thresholds adapted from Robust Estimation Methods (Masuda and Yokoya, 1995; Neugebauer, 1997; Fitzgibbon, 2001; =-=Gruen and Akca, 2005-=-), rejection of pairs based on the orientation threshold for surface normals (Zhang, 1994; Guehring, 2001), rejection of pairs containing points on mesh boundaries (Turk and Levoy, 1994; Pulli, 1999; ... |

99 | A Testing Procedure for Use in Geodetic Networks. - Baarda - 1968 |

94 |
A robust method for registration and segmentation of multiple range images”, Computer Vision and Image Understanding,
- Masuda, Yokoya
- 1995
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Citation Context ...onstant) distance threshold (Turk and Levoy, 1994; Zhang, 1994; Blais and Levine, 1995; Guehring, 2001; Dalley and Flynn, 2002) or variable distance thresholds adapted from Robust Estimation Methods (=-=Masuda and Yokoya, 1995-=-; Neugebauer, 1997; Fitzgibbon, 2001; Gruen and Akca, 2005), rejection of pairs based on the orientation threshold for surface normals (Zhang, 1994; Guehring, 2001), rejection of pairs containing poin... |

62 | Optimal Registration of Object Views Using Range Data - Dorai, Weng, et al. - 1997 |

54 |
E.Baltsavias, "Geometrically Constrained Multiphoto Matching," Photogrammetric Engineering
- Gruen
- 1988
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Citation Context ...each other. In the presence of auxiliary information, those sets of equations could be connected via functional constraints, e.g. as in the geometrically constrained multiphoto matching (Gruen, 1985; =-=Gruen and Baltsavias, 1988-=-) or via appropriate formulation of multiple (>2) overlap conditions. An ordinary pointcloud includes enormously redundant information. A straightforward way to register such two pointclouds could be ... |

51 | Robust Euclidean alignment of 3D point sets: the trimmed iterative closest point algorithm.
- Chetverikov, Stepanov, et al.
- 2005
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Citation Context ...(Pajdla and Van Gool, 1995), rejection of the worst n% of pairs (Pulli, 1999), employing the least median of squares (LMS or LMedS) (Masuda and Yokoya, 1995) and the least trimmed squares estimators (=-=Chetverikov et al., 2005-=-). In the ICP algorithm and its variants, main emphasis is put on the estimation of a 6-parameter rigid body transformation without uniform scale factor. There are a few reports in which higher order ... |

44 | Matching of 3-D curves using semi-differential invariants - Pajdla, Gool - 1995 |

43 | Reconstruction of real-world objects via simultaneous registration and robust combination of multiple range images,”
- Neugebauer
- 1997
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Citation Context ...ld (Turk and Levoy, 1994; Zhang, 1994; Blais and Levine, 1995; Guehring, 2001; Dalley and Flynn, 2002) or variable distance thresholds adapted from Robust Estimation Methods (Masuda and Yokoya, 1995; =-=Neugebauer, 1997-=-; Fitzgibbon, 2001; Gruen and Akca, 2005), rejection of pairs based on the orientation threshold for surface normals (Zhang, 1994; Guehring, 2001), rejection of pairs containing points on mesh boundar... |

41 | Least-squares matching with airborne laserscanning data in a TIN structure,
- Maas
- 2000
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Citation Context ...of distances along surface normals against to minimization of elevation differences. Beside the many other applications it has been used for the registration of airborne laser scanner strips as well (=-=Maas, 2000-=-; Postolov et al., 1999). The DEM matching corresponds mathematically to Least Squares image matching, but can only be applied to 2.5D surfaces, which is of limited value in case of generally formed o... |

34 | Generating models for solid objects by matching 3d surface segments - Potmesil - 1983 |

28 |
Combined point determination using digital terrain models as control information
- Ebner, Strunz
- 1988
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Citation Context ... (1985) as a straight extension of Least Squares matching (LSM). There have been some studies on the absolute orientation of stereo models using Digital Elevation Models (DEM) as control information (=-=Ebner and Strunz, 1988-=-; Rosenholm and Torlegard, 1988). This work is known as DEM matching. This method basically estimates the 3D similarity transformation parameters between two DEM patches, minimizing the sum of squares... |

28 | Multi-resolution ICP with heuristic closest point search for fast and robust 3D registration of range images, in: - Jost, H¨ugli - 2003 |

25 |
Three-dimensional absolute orientation of stereo models using digital elevation models. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote
- Rosenholm, Torelegård
- 1988
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Citation Context ...tension of Least Squares matching (LSM). There have been some studies on the absolute orientation of stereo models using Digital Elevation Models (DEM) as control information (Ebner and Strunz, 1988; =-=Rosenholm and Torlegard, 1988-=-). This work is known as DEM matching. This method basically estimates the 3D similarity transformation parameters between two DEM patches, minimizing the sum of squares of differences along the z-axe... |

24 | Registration of airborne laser data to surfaces generated by photogrammetric means.
- Postolov, Krupnik, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ... along surface normals against to minimization of elevation differences. Beside the many other applications it has been used for the registration of airborne laser scanner strips as well (Maas, 2000; =-=Postolov et al., 1999-=-). The DEM matching corresponds mathematically to Least Squares image matching, but can only be applied to 2.5D surfaces, which is of limited value in case of generally formed objects. In our previous... |

16 | Statistical analysis of two 3-D registration and modeling strategies
- Jokinen, Haggrén
- 1998
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Citation Context ...thods are given in Akca and Gruen (2005b), Jost and Huegli (2003) and Park and Subbarao (2003). Several reviews and comparison studies on surface registration methods are available in the literature (=-=Jokinen and Haggren, 1998-=-; Williams et al., 1999; Campbell and Flynn, 2001; Rusinkiewicz and Levoy, 2001; Gruen and Akca, 2005).sIn Photogrammetry, the problem statement of surface patch matching and its solution method was f... |

15 |
Independent Model Triangulation of Terrestrial Laser Scanner Data
- Scaioni, Forlani
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Citation Context ...used the block adjustment by independent model solution, which was formerly proposed for globalsregistration of laser scanner point clouds, but for the case of retro-reflective targets as tie points (=-=Scaioni and Forlani, 2003-=-). In the LS3D matching processes, the final correspondences were saved to separate files. Then all these files were given as input to a block adjustment by an independent model procedure, which concl... |

14 |
Fast neighborhood search in planar point sets
- Chetverikov
- 1991
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Citation Context ...meter estimation part is a small system, and can quickly be solved using Cholesky decomposition followed by back-substitution. Searching the correspondence is guided by an efficient boxing structure (=-=Chetverikov, 1991-=-), which partitions the search space into cuboids. For a given surface element, the correspondence is searched only in the box containing this element and in the adjacent boxes. In the original public... |

14 | A fast point-to-tangent plane technique for multiview registration - Park, Subbarao - 2003 |

13 | Multiple View 3D Registration: A Review and a New Technique
- Williams, Bennamoun, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ... Gruen (2005b), Jost and Huegli (2003) and Park and Subbarao (2003). Several reviews and comparison studies on surface registration methods are available in the literature (Jokinen and Haggren, 1998; =-=Williams et al., 1999-=-; Campbell and Flynn, 2001; Rusinkiewicz and Levoy, 2001; Gruen and Akca, 2005).sIn Photogrammetry, the problem statement of surface patch matching and its solution method was first addressed by Gruen... |

12 | Fast correspondence search for 3D surface matching
- Akca, Gruen
- 2005
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Citation Context ...t and in the adjacent boxes. In the original publication (Chetverikov, 1991) it was given for 2D point sets. We straightforwardly extend it to the 3D case. For the implementation details we refer to (=-=Akca and Gruen, 2005b-=-). The access procedure requires O(q) operations, where q is the average number of points in the box. It is easy to implement and time-effective for accessing the data. In our implementation, the corr... |

12 | A method for fine registration of multiple view range images considering the measurement error properties - Okatani, Deguchi - 2002 |

12 | 3D modelling of close-range objects: photogrammetry or laser scanning? - Remondino, Guarnieri, et al. - 2005 |

8 | Reliable 3d surface acquisition, registration and validation using statistical error models.
- Guehring
- 2001
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Citation Context ... proposed for localization and elimination of outliers and occlusions: rejection of pairs based on predefined (constant) distance threshold (Turk and Levoy, 1994; Zhang, 1994; Blais and Levine, 1995; =-=Guehring, 2001-=-; Dalley and Flynn, 2002) or variable distance thresholds adapted from Robust Estimation Methods (Masuda and Yokoya, 1995; Neugebauer, 1997; Fitzgibbon, 2001; Gruen and Akca, 2005), rejection of pairs... |

8 | Comparative study of surface matching algorithms - Schenk, Krupnik, et al. - 2000 |

6 | Ultra-High Resolution Imaging at 50 µm using a Portable XYZ-RGB Color Laser Scanner. In: - Blais, Taylor, et al. - 2005 |

4 |
Pair-wise range image registration: a case study in outlier classification
- Dalley, Flynn
- 2002
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Citation Context ...calization and elimination of outliers and occlusions: rejection of pairs based on predefined (constant) distance threshold (Turk and Levoy, 1994; Zhang, 1994; Blais and Levine, 1995; Guehring, 2001; =-=Dalley and Flynn, 2002-=-) or variable distance thresholds adapted from Robust Estimation Methods (Masuda and Yokoya, 1995; Neugebauer, 1997; Fitzgibbon, 2001; Gruen and Akca, 2005), rejection of pairs based on the orientatio... |

3 | A Flexible Mathematical Model for Matching of 3D Surfaces and Attributes
- Akca, Gruen
- 2005
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Citation Context ...odel: simultaneous matching of multi sub-surface patches, and matching of surface geometry and its attribute information, e.g. reflectance, color, temperature, etc. under a combined estimation model (=-=Akca and Gruen, 2005a-=-). In this study we focus on the computational aspects with regard to outlier and occlusion detection and the optimization of the run-time of the correspondence computation. The details of the mathema... |