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Building reconstruction from optical and range images

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4 Author(s)
Jaynes, C.O. ; Comput. Vision Lab., Massachusetts Univ., Amherst, MA, USA ; Hanson, A. ; Riseman, E. ; Schultz, H.

A technique is introduced for extracting and reconstructing a wide class of building types from a registered range image and optical image. An attentional focus stage, followed by model indexing, allows top-down robust surface fitting to reconstruct the 3D nature of the buildings in the data. Because of the effectiveness of model selection, top-down processing of noisy range data still succeeds and the algorithm is capable of detecting and reconstructing several different building roof classes, including flat single level, flat multi-leveled, peaked, and curved rooftops. The algorithm is applicable to range data that may have been collected from several different range sensor types. We demonstrate reconstructions of different buildings classes in the presence of large amounts of noise. Our results underline the usefulness of range data when processed in the context of a focus-of-attention area derived from the monocular optical image

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Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1997. Proceedings., 1997 IEEE Computer Society Conference on

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17-19 Jun 1997

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