3D Mesh Interest Point Detection using GISIFs and Heat Diffusion
Jan José Hurtado Jauregui$^{1}$, Cristian López del Alamo$^{1,2}$, Madeley Karina Coaquira Congona$^{1}$
$^{1}$Universidad Nacional de San Agustín. Arequipa Peru,
$^{2}$Universidad La Salle. Arequipa Peru
email: jan.hurtado@gmail.com, clopez@ulasalle.edu.pe, madeley.coaquira@gmail.com
Schedule:Wed 21st@16:45, Room: D

To facilitate processing of 3D objects it is common to use high-level representations. The interest points are one of them. An interest point should possess a distinctive feature regarding its locality and should be stable in different instances of the object. This article proposes a descriptor based on symmetry (GISIFs) and heat diffusion (HKS). From this features, we select a set of representative points. The GISIFs referenced in this article has not been used to extract local features. We compare our results with the results of other techniques, which make up the state of the art in interest point detection. We use a benchmark that evaluates the accuracy of the selected points with respect to an ideal set of interest points.


	author 		= {Jan José Hurtado Jauregui and Cristian López del Alamo and Madeley Karina Coaquira Congona},
	title 		= {3D Mesh Interest Point Detection using GISIFs and Heat Diffusion},
	booktitle 	= {2015 XLI Latin American Computing Conference (CLEI)},
	pages 		= {31--40},
	year 		= {2015},
	editor 		= {Hector Cancela and Alex Cuadros-Vargas and Ernesto Cuadros-Vargas},
	address 	= {Arequipa-Peru},
	month 		= {October},
	organization 	= {CLEI},
	publisher 	= {CLEI},
	url 		= {http://clei.org/clei2015/144380},
	isbn 		= {978-1-4673-9143-6},

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