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Topological Noise Removal
2001 Graphics Interface Proceedings: Ottawa, Canada
  • Igor Guskov, Caltech
  • Zoë J. Wood, Caltech
Publication Date
6-7-2001
Abstract
Meshes obtained from laser scanner data often contain topological noise due to inaccuracies in the scanning and merging process. This topological noise complicates subsequent operations such as remeshing, parameterization and smoothing. We introduce an approach that removes unnecessary nontrivial topology from meshes. Using a local wave front traversal, we discover the local topolo-gies of the mesh and identify features such as small tunnels. We then identify non-separating cuts along which we cut and seal the mesh, reducing the genus and thus the topological complexity of the mesh.
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This is the author's version of the work. It is posted here by permission of ACM for your personal use. Not for redistribution. The definitive version was published in Graphics Interface Proceedings, June 2001.
Citation Information
Igor Guskov and Zoë J. Wood. "Topological Noise Removal" 2001 Graphics Interface Proceedings: Ottawa, Canada (2001) p. 19 - 26
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/zwood/5/