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A Novel Scheme for Efficient Cross-parameterization
Jia Pan; Huai-Yu Wu; Chunhong Pan; Qing Yang
Conference NameComputer Graphics International (CGI 2007)
Source PublicationComputer Graphics International (CGI 2007)
Conference Date2007
Conference PlacePetrópolis, RJ, Brazil
Existing cross-parameterization approaches
suffer from several problems: low robustness, slow speed,
hard to balance compatible mesh’s detail and complex-
ity. These difficulties reduce its usefulness. In this paper,
we propose a new scheme to solve these problems. Utiliz-
ing the inherent relationship between patch-generation
and cross-parameterization, we compute compatible tri-
angle patch layouts on input models. Compared with
previous approaches, our method is more robust and
much faster. Then we use our active cross-parameterization
to obtain high-quality inter-surface mappings and com-
patible remeshing directly and quickly. Only areas around
high-stretch and salient vertices are refined, so compati-
ble mesh’s complexity can be well controlled. Moreover,
our scheme survives several extreme cases that can cause
failure in previous approaches.
Keyworda Novel Scheme For Efficient Cross-parameterization
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding AuthorHuai-Yu Wu
AffiliationNLPR, CASIA
Recommended Citation
GB/T 7714
Jia Pan,Huai-Yu Wu,Chunhong Pan,et al. A Novel Scheme for Efficient Cross-parameterization[C],2007.
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