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KIM TAEHO PARK YOUNGMIN

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Curve Reconstruction problem

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Image processing Geographic information system Pattern recognition Mathematical modeling

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Which one is better? How can we say one is better than another? Mainly refers distribution of distance between vertices

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Definition Let S be a finite set of points in the plane Let V be the vertices of the Voronoi diagram of S. Let S’ be the union of S ∪ V. An edge of the Delaunay triangulation of S’ belongs to the crust of S if both of its endpoints belong to S Let S be a finite set of points in the plane Let V be the vertices of the Voronoi diagram of S. Let S’ be the union of S ∪ V. An edge of the Delaunay triangulation of S’ belongs to the crust of S if both of its endpoints belong to S

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Intuition ◦ The intuition behind the definition of the crust is that the vertices V of Voronoi diagram of S approximate the medial axis of F and Voronoi disks of S’ approximate empty circles between F and its medial axis

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Definition Let s 1, s 2 be a pair of points in the plane at distance d(s 1, s 2 ) The forbidden region of s 1, s 2 is the union of the two disk of radius βd(s 1, s 2 ) / 2 touching s 1, s 2 Let s 1, s 2 be a pair of points in the plane at distance d(s 1, s 2 ) The forbidden region of s 1, s 2 is the union of the two disk of radius βd(s 1, s 2 ) / 2 touching s 1, s 2 Let S be a finite set of points in the plane. An edge between s 1, s 2 ∈ S belongs to β-Skeleton of S if forbidden region of is empty

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Implementation and examples ◦ The minimum required sample density of β-Skeleton is better than the density for the crust ◦ The crust tends to error on the side of adding edges (which can be useful) ◦ β-Skeleton could be biased toward adding edges at the cost of increasing required sampling density, by tuning the parameter β … Which is better? When?

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Proved that … ◦ Let S be an r-sample from a smooth curve F ◦ For r ≤ 1, the Delaunay triangulation of S contains the polygonal reconstruction of F ◦ For r ≤ 0.40 the Crust of S contains the polygonal reconstruction of F ◦ For r ≤ 0.297, the β-Skeleton of S contains the polygonal reconstruction of F

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Their condition is based on local feature size function which in some sense quantifies the local ‘level of detail’ at a point on smooth curve Definition The local feature size of LFS(p), of a point p ∈ F is the euclidean distance from p to the closes point m on the medial axis The Medial axis of a curve F is closure of the set of points in the plane which have two or more closest points in F F is r-sampled by a set of sample points S if every p ∈ F is within distance r LFS(p) of sample s ∈ S (here, r ≤ 1)

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Medial AxisLFS(p)

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Algorithm

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THANK YOU

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[1] Amenta et al, A New Voronoi-Based Surface Reconstruction Algorithm, 1998 [2] Amenta et al, The Crust and the -skeleton: Combinational Curve Reconstruction, 1998 [3] A Simple Provable Algorithm for Curve Reconstruction, Dey et al, 1999 [4] Reconstructing Curves with Sharp Corners, Dey et al, 2000

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