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Self-organizing Deformable Model: A New Method for Fitting Mesh Model to Given Object Surface.

DOI: 10.1007/11595755_19 In proceeding of: Advances in Visual Computing, First International Symposium, ISVC 2005, Lake Tahoe, NV, USA, December 5-7, 2005, Proceedings
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ABSTRACT This paper presents a new method for projecting a mesh model of a source object onto a surface of an arbitrary target object.
A deformable model, called Self-organizing Deformable Model(SDM), is deformed so that the shape of the model is fitted to
the target object. We introduce an idea of combining a competitive learning and an energy minimization into the SDM deformation.
Our method is a powerful tool in the areas of computer vision and computer graphics. For example, it enables to map mesh models
onto various kinds of target surfaces like other methods for a surface parameterization, which have focused on specified target
surface. Also the SDM can reconstruct shapes of target objects like general deformable models.

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