11.5.1 Generalized Cylinders -- Theory

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Symmetry. Generalized Cone. Generalized Cylinder. Descriptions, Generalized Cylinders.

Marr, D., and Nishihara, H.K.,
Representation and Recognition of the Spatial Organization of Three-Dimensional Shapes,
RoyalP(B-200), 1978, pp. 269-294. Primal Sketch. BibRef 7800
Earlier: MIT AI Memo-377, August 1976. BibRef
And:
Representation and Recognition of Three-Dimensional Shapes,
MIT AI Memo-416, 1977. Descriptions, Generalized Cylinders. Recognition. Hierarchical description method is proposed. BibRef

Marr, D., and Nishihara, H.K.,
Spatial Disposition of Axes in a Generalized Cylinder Representation of Objects that Do Not Encompass the Viewer,
MIT AI Memo-341, December 1975. BibRef 7512

Shafer, S.A.[Steven A.], and Kanade, T.[Takeo],
The Theory of Straight Homogeneous Generalized Cylinders,
DARPA83(210-218). BibRef 8300
And:
The Theory of Straight Homogeneous Generalized Cylinders and a Taxonomy of Generalized Cylinders,
CMU-CS-TR-83-105, January 1983. All you ever wanted to know about them. BibRef

Brady, M.,
Criteria for Representation of Shapes,
HMV83(39-84). BibRef 8300

Brady, M.,
Finding the Axis of an Egg,
IJCAI79(85-97). BibRef 7900

Rao, K.G.[Kashipati G.], Medioni, G.,
Generalized Cones: Useful Geometric Properties,
CVIP92(185-208). BibRef 9200

Rao, K.G.[Kashipati G.], and Medioni, G.G.,
Useful Geometric Properties of the Generalized Cone,
CVPR88(276-281).
IEEE DOI More on the description. BibRef 8800

Zerroug, M., and Nevatia, R.,
Three-Dimensional Descriptions Based on the Analysis of the Invariant and Quasi-Invariant Properties of Some Curved-Axis Generalized Cylinders,
PAMI(18), No. 3, March 1996, pp. 237-253.
IEEE DOI BibRef 9603 USC Computer Vision
PDF File. BibRef
Earlier:
Quasi-Invariant Properties and 3-D Shape Recovery of Non-Straight, Non-Constant Generalized Cylinders,
CVPR93(96-103).
IEEE DOI BibRef
And: DARPA93(725-735). Generalized Cylinder Generation. Various projective properties of generalized cylinders. PRCGCs and Cricular PRGCs. Followed by a system that actually extracts them. See also Shape From Contour: Straight Homogeneous Generalized Cylinders and Constant Cross-Section Generalized Cylinders. BibRef

Ponce, J., Chelberg, D.M.[David M.], and Mann, W.B.[Wallace B.],
Invariant Properties of Straight Homogeneous Generalized Cylinders and Their Contours,
PAMI(11), No. 9, September 1989, pp. 951-966.
IEEE DOI BibRef 8909
Earlier:
Invariant Properties of the Projections of Straight Homogeneous Generalized Cylinders,
ICCV87(631-635). BibRef
Earlier:
Analytical Properties Of Generalized Cylinders And Their Projections,
DARPA87(340-350). A rigorous study of GC and their properties. BibRef

Ponce, J.,
Straight Homogeneous Generalized Cylinders: Differential Geometry and Uniqueness Results,
IJCV(4), No. 1. January 1990, pp. 79-106.
Springer DOI BibRef 9001
Earlier: CVPR88(327-334).
IEEE DOI BibRef
And: DARPA88(1064-1073). More theory. BibRef

Ponce, J.[Jean], and Healey, G.[Glenn],
Using Generic Geometric and Physical Models For Representing Solids,
DARPA88(488-503). BibRef 8800

Soroka, B.I.[Barry I.],
Generalized Cones from Serial Sections,
CGIP(15), No. 2, February 1981, pp. 154-166.
WWW Link. BibRef 8102
Earlier:
Generalized Cylinders from Parallel Slices,
PRIP79(421-426). Smooth elongated objects. BibRef

Soroka, B.I.[Barry I.],
Understanding Objects from Slices,
Ph.D.Computer Science, 1979. BibRef 7900 UPenn BibRef

Soroka, B.I.[Barry I.], Andersson, R.L.[Russell L.], Bajcsy, R.K.[Ruzena K.],
Generalised cylinders from local aggregation of sections,
PR(13), No. 5, 1981, pp. 353-363.
WWW Link. 0309
BibRef

Soroka, B.I.[Barry I.], Bajcsy, R.K.[Ruzena K.],
A Program for Describing Complex Three-Dimensional Objects Using Generalized Cylinders as Primitives,
PRIP78(331-339). BibRef 7800
Earlier:
Generalized Cylinders from Serial Sections,
ICPR76(734-735). BibRef
And: A2, A1:
Steps Toward the Representation of Complex Three-Dimensional Objects,
IJCAI77(596). Introduced the concept of slices for the descriptions. BibRef

Roberts, K.S.[Kenneth S.],
Equivalent Descriptions of Generalized Cylinders,
CVPR85(402-404). BibRef 8500
And: DARPA85(506-508). (Columbia U.) Discussion of one part of Shafer's theory and description method. BibRef

Grape, G.R.[Gunnar Rutger],
Model based (Intermediate-Level) Computer Vision,
Ph.D.Thesis (CS), May, 1973. BibRef 7305 Stanford AI-Memo 201, and BibRef STAN-CS-73-366. Graphics representations (generalized cones) for complex objects. Not the projections to generate the description. BibRef

Shani, U.[Uri], Ballard, D.H.[Dana H.],
Splines as Embeddings for Generalized Cylinders,
CVGIP(27), No. 2, August 1984, pp. 129-156.
WWW Link. A more precise non digital representation of cylinders. Nothing shocking. BibRef 8408

Piegl, L.,
Infinite Control Points: A Method for Representing Surfaces of Revolution Using Boundary Data,
IEEE_CGA(7), No. 3, 1987, pp. 45-55. BibRef 8700

Coquillart, S.,
A Control-Point-Based Sweeping Technique,
IEEE_CGA(7), No. 11, 1987, pp. 36-45. BibRef 8700

Weld, J.D., Leu, M.C.,
Geometric Representation of Swept Volumes with Application to Polyhedral Objects,
IJRR(9), No. 5, 1990, pp. 105-117. BibRef 9000

Blackmore, D., Leu, M.C.,
Analysis of Swept Volumes via Lie Groups and Differential Equations,
IJRR(11), 1992, pp. 516-537. BibRef 9200

Kvien, K.,
Shift of the Shadow Boundary in Images of Circular-Cylinders,
OptComm(141), No. 3-4, September 1 1997, pp. 107-112. 9708
BibRef

Pan, X.[Xiang], Lane, D.M.[David M.],
Representation and recovery of 3D curved objects using generalized cylinders and the extended Gaussian image,
PRL(20), No. 7, July 1999, pp. 675-687. BibRef 9907

Yushkevich, P.A.[Paul A.], Fletcher, P.T.[P. Thomas], Joshi, S.C.[Sarang C.], Thall, A.[Andrew], Pizer, S.M.[Stephen M.],
Continuous medial representations for geometric object modeling in 2D and 3D,
IVC(21), No. 1, January 2003, pp. 17-27.
WWW Link. 0301
BibRef

Li, Y.H.[Yan-Hui], Wu, Z.S.[Zhen-Sen], Gong, Y.J.[Yan-Jun], Zhang, G.[Geng],
Analytical model of a laser range profile from rough convex quadric bodies of revolution,
JOSA-A(29), No. 7, July 2012, pp. 1383-1388.
WWW Link. 1208
BibRef

Yao, J.[Jian], Taddei, P.[Pierluigi], Ruggeri, M.R.[Mauro R.], Boström, G.[Gunnar], Sequeira, V.[Vítor],
Automatic laser-based identification for UF6 cylinders,
MVA(24), No. 2, February 2013, pp. 305-318.
WWW Link. 1302
BibRef

Lari, Z.[Zahra], Habib, A.[Ayman],
An adaptive approach for the segmentation and extraction of planar and linear/cylindrical features from laser scanning data,
PandRS(93), No. 1, 2014, pp. 192-212.
Elsevier DOI 1407
Segmentation BibRef

Lari, Z., Al-Durgham, K., Habib, A.,
Performance of parameter-domain and spatial-domain pole-like feature segmentation using single and multiple terrestrial laser scans,
CloseRange14(349-355).
DOI Link 1411
BibRef
And:
A novel quality control procedure for the evaluation of laser scanning data segmentation,
LandImaging14(207-210).
DOI Link 1411
BibRef

Saini, D.[Deepika], Kumar, S.[Sanjeev],
Stereo Vision-Based Conic Reconstruction Using a Ray-Quadric Intersection,
IJIG(15), No. 04, 2015, pp. 1550019.
DOI Link 1509
BibRef


Agounad, S.[Said], Aassif, E.[El_Houcein], Khandouch, Y.[Younes], Maze, G.[Gérard], Décultot, D.[Domique],
Search optimal fuzzy model using evolutionary algorithm: Application to predict the form function of the composite cylindrical shell,
ISCV17(1-7)
IEEE DOI 1710
data handling, evolutionary computation, fuzzy set theory, aluminum/polymer composite cylindrical shell, BibRef

Samir, C.[Chafik], Gousenbourger, P.Y.[Pierre-Yves], Joshi, S.[Shantanu],
Cylindrical Surface Reconstruction by Fitting Paths on Shape Space,
DIFF-CV15(xx-yy).
DOI Link 1601
BibRef

Konyushkova, K.[Ksenia], Sznitman, R.[Raphael], Fua, P.,
Introducing Geometry in Active Learning for Image Segmentation,
ICCV15(2974-2982)
IEEE DOI 1602
Entropy. 3D volume images. BibRef

Glowacki, P.[Przemyslaw], Pinheiro, M.A.[Miguel Amavel], Turetken, E.[Engin], Sznitman, R.[Raphael], Lebrecht, D.[Daniel], Kybic, J.[Jan], Holtmaat, A.[Anthony], Fua, P.[Pascal],
Reconstructing Evolving Tree Structures in Time Lapse Sequences,
CVPR14(3035-3042)
IEEE DOI 1409
neuronal axons or plant branches. mixed integer programming BibRef

Kushal, A., Seitz, S.M.,
Single View Reconstruction of Piecewise Swept Surfaces,
3DV13(239-246)
IEEE DOI 1311
image reconstruction BibRef

Kechriniotis, A.I., Delibasis, K.K., Tsonos, C., Assimakis, N., Asvestas, P.,
Towards the Mathematic Formalization of Parametric Generalized Cylinders and Initial Results in Modeling 3D Image Data,
WSSIP09(1-5).
IEEE DOI 0906
BibRef

Tang, L.P.[Li-Ping], Zeng, P.F.[Pei-Feng], Xu, B.G.[Bu-Gao],
Multi-Scale Shape Representation for Profiled Fibers,
CISP09(1-6).
IEEE DOI 0910
BibRef

Pechaud, M.[Mickael], Keriven, R.[Renaud], Peyre, G.[Gabriel],
Extraction of tubular structures over an orientation domain,
CVPR09(336-342).
IEEE DOI 0906
Computation of geodesic curves over a four-dimensional space that includes local orientation and scale. BibRef

Cao, L.L.[Liang-Liang], Liu, J.Z.[Jian-Zhuang], Tang, X.[Xiaoou],
Degen Generalized Cylinders and Their Properties,
ECCV06(I: 83-94).
Springer DOI 0608
BibRef

Sun, X.N.[Xue-Nan], Liang, X.Z.[Xue-Zhang], Dong, Z.L.[Zai-Li], Tian, X.J.[Xiao-Jun],
Analysis and improvement of Marr's algorithm for image reconstruction,
ICARCV04(I: 80-84).
IEEE DOI 0412
Function on circular domain -- cylinders. BibRef

Sato, Y., Ohya, J., and Ishii, K.,
Smoothed Local Generalized Cones: An Axial Representation of 3D Shapes,
CVPR92(56-62).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9200

Ponce, J., Chelberg, D.M., Kriegman, D.J., Mann, W.,
Geometric Modelling with Generalized Cylinders,
CVWS87(268-270). BibRef 8700

Naeve, A., and Eklundh, J.O.,
Generalized Cylinders: What Are They?,
AVFP94 BibRef 9400
And: ISRN KTH/NA/P-94/15-SE. BibRef

Chien, R.T., and Chang, Y.H.,
Recognition of Curved Objects and Object Assemblies,
ICPR74(496-510). BibRef 7400

Miyamoto, E., Binford, T.O.,
Display Generated by a Generalized Cone Representation,
CGPR75(385-387). BibRef 7500

Chapter on 3-D Object Description and Computation Techniques, Surfaces, Deformable, View Generation, Video Conferencing continues in
Generalized Cylinders -- Generation .


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