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Zeitschriftenartikel:

A. Aldoma Buchaca, F. Tombari, L. Da Stefano, M. Vincze:
"A Global Hypothesis Verification Framework for 3D Object Recognition in Clutter";
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 38 (7) (2016), S. 1383 - 1396.



Kurzfassung englisch:
Pipelines to recognize 3D objects despite clutter and occlusions usually end up with a final verification stage whereby recognition hypotheses are validated or dismissed based on how well they explain sensor measurements. Unlike previous work, we propose a Global Hypothesis Verification (GHV) approach which regards all hypotheses jointly so as to account for mutual interactions. GHV provides a principled framework to tackle the complexity of our visual world by leveraging on a plurality of recognition paradigms and cues. Accordingly, we present a 3D object recognition pipeline deploying both global and local 3D features as well as shape and color. Thereby, and facilitated by the robustness of the verification process, diverse object hypotheses can be gathered and weak hypotheses need not be suppressed too early to trade sensitivity for specificity. Experiments demonstrate the effectiveness of our proposal, which significantly improves over the state-of-art and attains ideal performance (no false negatives, no false positives) on three out of the six most relevant and challenging benchmark datasets.

Schlagworte:
3D object recognition, hypothesis verification, correspondence grouping, scene understanding

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