Shape from Shading, Planes, Planar Faces

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Shape from Shading.

Sugihara, K.,
Mathematical Structures of Line Drawings of Polyhedrons: Toward Man-Machine Communication by Means of Line Drawings,
PAMI(4), No. 5, September 1982, pp. 458-469. BibRef 8209

Sugihara, K.[Kokichi],
An Algebraic Approach to Shape-from-Image Problems,
AI(23), No. 1, May 1984, pp. 59-95.
WWW Link. BibRef 8405
And: RCV87(113-131). A constrained optimization approach (Linear Programming) applied to polyhedral objects to recover the shape from one image. BibRef

Pong, T.C., Haralick, R.M., Shapiro, L.G.,
Shape From Shading Using The Facet Model,
PR(22), No. 6, 1989, pp. 683-695.
WWW Link. BibRef 8900
The Facet Approach to Shape from Shading,
CVWS84(143-149). BibRef

Lee, K.M., and Kuo, C.C.,
Shape from Shading with a Linear Triangular Element Surface Model,
PAMI(15), No. 8, August 1993, pp. 815-822.
IEEE DOI Minimization Approach. Model the surface as a set of triangles and generate the orientations for each. See also Shape from Shading with a Generalized Reflectance Map Model. BibRef 9308

Lee, K.M., Kuo, C.C.J.,
Shape from Shading with Perspective Projection,
CVGIP(59), No. 2, March 1994, pp. 202-212.
WWW Link. BibRef 9403
Shape Reconstruction from Shading with Perspective Projection,
SPIE(1964), 1993, pp. 147-158 BibRef

Penna, M.A.,
A Shape from Shading Analysis for a Single Perspective Image of a Polyhedron,
PAMI(11), No. 6, June 1989, pp. 545-554.
IEEE DOI Given an image, the depth of any point on the polyhedron, the direction of the light source, and the albedo, derive the shape. See also Local and Semi-Local Shape from Shading for a Simple Perspective Image of a Smooth Object. BibRef 8906

Tsukiyama, T.,
Inferring the 3D Shape Formed by Plane Surfaces from Isoluminance Curves,
IVC(13), No. 9, November 1995, pp. 671-681.
WWW Link. BibRef 9511

Shimodaira, H.[Hisashi],
A Shape-from-Shading Method of Polyhedral Objects Using Prior Information,
PAMI(28), No. 4, April 2006, pp. 612-624.
Faces of the polyhedron. BibRef

Han, F.[Feng], Zhu, S.C.[Song-Chun],
A Two-Level Generative Model for Cloth Representation and Shape from Shading,
PAMI(29), No. 7, July 2007, pp. 1230-1243.
Cloth Representation by Shape from Shading with Shading Primitives,
CVPR05(I: 1203-1210).
Folds (creases) for first order representation. Second is the curved areas between folds. BibRef

Panagopoulos, A.[Alexandros], Hadap, S.I.[Sun-Il], Samaras, D.[Dimitris],
Reconstructing Shape from Dictionaries of Shading Primitives,
Springer DOI 1304

Eren, G.[Gonen], Aubreton, O.[Olivier], Meriaudeau, F.[Fabrice], Secades, L.A.S.[L. A. Sanchez], Fofi, D.[David], Naskali, A.T.[A. Teoman], Truchetet, F.[Frederic], Ercil, A.[Aytul],
A 3D Scanner for Transparent Glass,
Springer DOI 0909
Scanning From Heating. Use surface heating and thermal imaging. BibRef

Amaranth, P.[Paul],
Determining Surface Type from Surface Normals,
AAAI-82(55- ). BibRef 8200

Chapter on 3-D Shape from X -- Shading, Textures, Lasers, Structured Light, Focus, Line Drawings continues in
Shape from Shading, Local Techniques .

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