9.1.6 Analysis of Shape from Shading

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Shape from Shading, Analysis. Evaluation, Shape from Shading.

Ray, R., Birk, J.R., and Kelley, R.B.,
Error Analysis of Surface Normals Determined by Radiometry,
PAMI(5), No. 6, November 1983, pp. 631-645. BibRef 8311

Ferrie, F.P., and Levine, M.D.,
Where and Why Local Shading Analysis Works,
PAMI(11), No. 2, February 1989, pp. 198-206.
IEEE DOI BibRef 8902

Lapreste, J.T., Pineau, P., Richetin, M.,
About the Integrability Constraint in a Shape-from-Shading Algorithm,
PRL(10), 1989, pp. 53-60. BibRef 8900

Saxberg, B.V.H.,
Existence and Uniqueness for Shape from Shading Around Critical Points: Theory and an Algorithm,
IJRR(11), 1992, pp. 202-224. BibRef 9200

Saxberg, B.V.H.,
An Application of Dynamical Systems Theory to Shape from Shading,
DARPA89(1089-1104). BibRef 8900

Saxberg, B.V.H.[Bror V.H.],
A Modern Differential Geometric Approach to Shape from Shading,
MIT AI-TR-1117, June 1989.
WWW Link. BibRef 8906

Brooks, M.J., Chojnacki, W., and Kozera, R.,
Impossible and Ambiguous Shading Patterns,
IJCV(7), No. 2, January 1992, pp. 119-126.
Springer DOI Some shading patterns exist which are not real objects. Discusses simple shape from shading methods and their properties. BibRef 9201

Brooks, M.J.[Michael J.],
Two Results Concerning Ambiguity in Shape from Shading,
AAAI-83(36-39). Flinders University of South Australia, Australia BibRef 8300

Brooks, M.J.[Michael J.],
Surface Normals from Closed Paths,
IJCAI79(98-101). BibRef 7900

Oliensis, J.,
Shape from Shading as a Partially Well-Constructed Problem,
CVGIP(54), No. 2, September 1991, pp. 163-183.
Elsevier DOI
PDF File. BibRef 9109
Earlier: CVPR91(559-564).
IEEE DOI BibRef
Earlier:
New Results in Shape from Shading,
DARPA90(145-153). For general objects and a general viewpoint, shading determines shape up to a finite ambiguity. BibRef

Oliensis, J.,
Uniqueness in Shape from Shading,
IJCV(6), No. 2, June 1991, pp. 75-104.
Springer DOI
PDF File. BibRef 9106
Earlier:
Existence and Uniqueness in Shape from Shading,
ICPR90(I: 341-345).
IEEE DOI See above papers? BibRef

Wang, H.,
Computational Approaches for Solving the Bas-Relief Ambiguity under Orthographic Projection,
PRL(16), No. 5, May 1995, pp. 479-489. BibRef 9505

Wang, H.[Han], Li, S.Z.,
Solving the bas-relief ambiguity,
ICIP94(II: 760-764).
IEEE DOI 9411
BibRef

Durou, J.D., Maitre, H.,
On Convergence in the Methods of Strat and of Smith for Shape from Shading,
IJCV(17), No. 3, March 1996, pp. 273-289.
Springer DOI BibRef 9603

Verbeek, P.W., Verwer, B.J.,
Shading from Shape, the Eikonal Equation Solved by Grey-Weighted Distance Transform,
PRL(11), 1990, pp. 681-690. BibRef 9000

Kozera, R.,
Uniqueness in Shape from Shading Revisited,
JMIV(7), No. 2, March 1997, pp. 123-138.
DOI Link 9705
BibRef

Kozera, R.[Ryszard], Klette, R.[Reinhard],
Well-posedness of linear shape-from-shading problem,
CAIP97(130-137).
Springer DOI 9709
BibRef

Kozera, R.[Ryszard],
An algorithm for a linear shape-from-shading problem,
CAIP95(408-415).
Springer DOI 9509
BibRef

Kozera, R.,
A Note on Existence and Uniqueness in Shape from Shading,
ICCV93(507-511).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9300

Chojnacki, W., Brooks, M.J., Gibbins, D.,
Can the Sun's Direction be Estimated from an Image Prior to the Computation of Object Shape,
JMIV(7), No. 2, March 1997, pp. 139-147.
DOI Link 9705
See also From FNS to HEIV: A Link Between Two Vision Parameter Estimation Methods. BibRef

Ulich, G.,
Provably Convergent Methods for the Linear and Nonlinear Shape from Shading Problem,
JMIV(9), No. 1, July 1998, pp. 69-82.
DOI Link 9807
BibRef

Belhumeur, P.N.[Peter N.], Kriegman, D.J.[David J.],
What Is the Set of Images of an Object Under All Possible Illumination Conditions,
IJCV(28), No. 3, July/August 1998, pp. 245-260.
DOI Link
PDF File. 9809
BibRef
Earlier:
What is the Set of Images of an Object Under All Possible Lighting Conditions,
CVPR96(270-277).
IEEE DOI
PS File. Award, CVPR. The Prize winning paper. From a few images, generate "eigenfaces" and use to generate the results for all lighting conditions. BibRef

Belhumeur, P.N.[Peter N.], Kriegman, D.J.[David J.], Yuille, A.L.[Alan L.],
The Bas-Relief Ambiguity,
IJCV(35), No. 1, November 1999, pp. 33-44.
DOI Link
PDF File. BibRef 9911
Earlier: CVPR97(1060-1066).
IEEE DOI
PS File. 9704
Discussion of why bas-relief works, and implications BibRef

Tan, P.[Ping], Mallick, S.P.[Satya P.], Quan, L.[Long], Kriegman, D.J.[David J.], Zickler, T.E.[Todd E.],
Isotropy, Reciprocity and the Generalized Bas-Relief Ambiguity,
CVPR07(1-8).
IEEE DOI 0706
BibRef

Alldrin, N.G.[Neil G.], Mallick, S.P.[Satya P.], Kriegman, D.J.[David J.],
Resolving the Generalized Bas-Relief Ambiguity by Entropy Minimization,
CVPR07(1-7).
IEEE DOI 0706
BibRef

Durou, J.D.[Jean-Denis], Piau, D.[Didier],
Ambiguous Shape from Shading with Critical Points,
JMIV(12), No. 2, April 2000, pp. 99-108.
DOI Link 0002
BibRef

Durou, J.D.[Jean-Denis], Mascarilla, L.[Laurent], Piau, D.[Didier],
Non-visible deformations,
CIAP97(I: 519-526).
Springer DOI 9709
BibRef

Yuille, A.L.[Alan L.], Coughlan, J.M.[James M.], Konishi, S.[Scott],
The KGBR viewpointlighting ambiguity,
JOSA-A(20), No. 1, January 2003, pp. 24-31.
WWW Link. 0304
BibRef
Earlier:
The KGBR Viewpoint-Lighting Ambiguity and its Resolution by Generic Constraints,
ICCV01(II: 376-382).
IEEE DOI 0106
(Klein) Generalized Bas-Relief abmiguity. See also Bas-Relief Ambiguity, The. BibRef

Yuille, A.L.[Alan L.], Coughlan, J.M., Konishi, S.,
The generic viewpoint assumption and planar bias,
PAMI(25), No. 6, June 2003, pp. 775-778.
IEEE Abstract. 0306
The generic viewpoint assumption resolved ambiguities by choosing planar interpretations. BibRef

Hassouna, M.S.[M. Sabry], Farag, A.A.,
MultiStencils Fast Marching Methods: A Highly Accurate Solution to the Eikonal Equation on Cartesian Domains,
PAMI(29), No. 9, September 2007, pp. 1563-1574.
IEEE DOI 0709
Fast marching method for Hamilton-Jacobi equation. BibRef

Kunsberg, B.S.[Benjamin S.], Zucker, S.W.[Steven W.],
How Shading Constrains Surface Patches without Knowledge of Light Sources,
SIIMS(7), No. 2, 2014, pp. 641-668.
DOI Link 1405
BibRef
Earlier:
The differential geometry of shape from shading: Biology reveals curvature structure,
POCV12(39-46).
IEEE DOI 1207
BibRef

Holtmann-Rice, D.N.[Daniel N.], Kunsberg, B.S.[Benjamin S.], Zucker, S.W.[Steven W.],
Tensors, Differential Geometry and Statistical Shading Analysis,
JMIV(60), No. 6, July 2018, pp. 968-992.
Springer DOI 1806
BibRef

Kunsberg, B.S.[Benjamin S.], Zucker, S.W.[Steven W.],
Critical Contours: An Invariant Linking Image Flow with Salient Surface Organization,
SIIMS(11), No. 3, 2018, pp. 1849-1877.
DOI Link 1810
BibRef


Chandraker, M.K.[Manmohan Krishna], Kahl, F.[Fredrik], Kriegman, D.J.[David J.],
Reflections on the Generalized Bas-Relief Ambiguity,
CVPR05(I: 788-795).
IEEE DOI 0507
BibRef

Gortler, S.J., Grzeszczuk, R., Szeliski, R.S., and Cohen, M.F.,
The Lumigraph,
SIGGraph-96(43-54). Light field discussions. BibRef 9600

Wei, T.G.[Tian-Gong], Klette, R.[Reinhard],
Fourier transform based methods for height from gradients,
ICARCV04(I: 85-91).
IEEE DOI 0412
BibRef

Wei, T.G.[Tian-Gong], Klette, R.[Reinhard],
Theoretical Analysis of Finite Difference Algorithms for Linear Shape from Shading,
CAIP01(638 ff.).
Springer DOI 0210
BibRef

Park, S.K.[Sung-Kee], Kim, M.S.[Mun-Sang], Kweon, I.S.[In-So],
An Iterative Method for Improving Bas-relief Ambiguity,
VI02(260).
PDF File. 0208
BibRef

Lange, H.,
Advances in the cooperation of shape from shading and stereo vision,
3DIM99(46-58).
IEEE DOI 9910
BibRef

Lange, H.,
Three Steps to Make Shape from Shading Work Consistently on Real Scenes,
ECCV98(xx-yy). Not in proceedings. BibRef 9800

Zhang, Z.Y.[Zheng-You],
Modeling Geometric Structure and Illumination Variation of a Scene from Real Images,
ICCV98(1041-1046).
IEEE DOI See also Motion and Structure from Two Perspective Views: From Essential Parameters to Euclidean Motion Through the Fundamental Matrix. BibRef 9800

Hougen, D.R., Ahuja, N.,
Shape from Appearance: A Statistical Approach to Surface Shape Estimation,
ECCV96(I:127-136).
Springer DOI BibRef 9600
And: ARPA96(1095-1102). Relative shape from shading that does not depend on idealized models. See also Adaptive Polynomial Modelling of the Reflectance Map for Shape Estimation from Stereo and Shading. BibRef

Hougen, D.R., Ahuja, N.,
Resolution and Accuracy of Stereo, Focus, and Shading Methods,
ARPA96(1133-1140). BibRef 9600

Glas, J.C., van der Heijden, F.,
Estimating 3-D Body Parameters from Reflection Component Separating Imagery: A Performance Analysis,
SCV95(413-418).
IEEE DOI University of Twente. Separate diffuse from specular reflections. BibRef 9500

Bruss, A.R.[Anna R.],
Shape from Shading and Bounding Contour,
Ph.D.Thesis, 1981, BibRef 8100 MIT BibRef

Bruss, A.R.[Anna R.],
The Image Irradiance Equation: Its Solution and Application,
MIT AI-TR-623, June 1981.
WWW Link. BibRef 8106

Bruss, A.R.[Anna R.],
Some Properties of Discontinuities in the Image Irradiance Equation,
MIT AI Memo-517, April 1979. BibRef 7904

Bruss, A.R.[Anna R.],
Is What You See What You Get?,
IJCAI83(1053-1056). (IBM Yorktown) The limits of shape from shading techniques to be able to extract exact information. BibRef 8300

Chapter on 3-D Shape from X -- Shading, Textures, Lasers, Structured Light, Focus, Line Drawings continues in
Shape from Specularities, Specularity Analysis, Highlights .


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