The Princeton Shape Benchmark Philip Shilane Patrick Min Michael Kazhdan and Thomas Funkhouser Department of Computer Science Princeton University Olden Street Princeton NJ pshilaneminmkazhdanfunkcs - PDF document

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princetonedu Abstract In recent years many shape representations and geomet ric algorithms have been proposed for matching 3D shapes Usually each algorithm is tested on a different small database of 3D models and thus no direct comparison is availabl ID: 11642 Download Pdf

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