13.6.4 Constraint Based Matching

Chapter Contents (Back)
Recognition, Model Based. Model Based Recognition. Matching, Models. Matching, Constraints. See also Discrete Relaxation Theoretical Issues. See also Context, Fine-Grained Classification.

See also Synthesizing Constraint Expressions.

Lowe, D.G.[David G.],
Three-Dimensional Object Recognition from Single Two-Dimensional Images,
AI(31), No. 3, March 1987, pp. 355-395.
WWW Link. BibRef 8703
Visual Recognition from Spatial Correspondence and Perceptual Organization,
IJCAI85(951-959). Recognize Three-Dimensional Objects. Apply the analysis technique to a 3-D recognition tasks. BibRef

Lowe, D.G.[David G.],
The Viewpoint Consistency Constraint,
IJCV(1), No. 1, 1987, pp. 57-72.
Springer DOI Viewpoint Constraint. Use the constraints imposed by the viewpoint to limit the possible interpretations. I.e. is the interpretation consistent? BibRef 8700

Arbel, T.[Tal], Ferrie, F.P.[Frank P.],
On the Sequential Accumulation of Evidence,
IJCV(43), No. 3, July-August 2001, pp. 205-230.
DOI Link 0108
Informative Views and Sequential Recognition,
Springer DOI Determine which views are good and which are bad. BibRef

El-Ashmawy, N.[Nagwa], Shaker, A.[Ahmed],
Raster Vs. Point Cloud LiDAR Data Classification,
DOI Link 1404

El-Ashmawy, N.[Nagwa], Shaker, A.[Ahmed], Yan, W.Y.[Wai Yeung],
Pixel Vs Object-Based Image Classification Techniques For Lidar Intensity Data,
DOI Link 1109
Use more than intensity. BibRef

Wirtz, S.[Stefan], Häselich, M.[Marcel], Paulus, D.[Dietrich],
Model-Based Recognition of Domino Tiles Using TGraphs,
Springer DOI 1009
Model based object recognition. BibRef

Mackworth, A.K.[Alan K.],
Quick and Clean: Constraint-Based Vision for Situated Robots,
ICIP96(II: 789-792).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9600

Kuan, D.T., Shariat, H., Dutta, K.[Kalyan], and Ransil, P.,
A Constraint-Based System for Interpretation of Aerial Imagery,
IEEE DOI An alternative presentation with different authors and more areas is in: BibRef 8800 DARPA89(332-352). Recognize Aircraft. Discusses the COBIUS system, uses knowledge bases for objects, constraints, control strategies, etc. Domain specific rules are represented as constraints. BibRef

Mundy, J.L., and Joynson, R.,
Constraint-Based Modeling,
DARPA89(425-442). System: GEOMETER. Combining the GEOMETER system with reasoning for recognition. BibRef 8900

Chapter on Matching and Recognition Using Volumes, High Level Vision Techniques, Invariants continues in
Rule-Based or Expert Systems for Recognition .

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