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Curve-skeleton and mesh transfer between shapes
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Seylan, Çağlar
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The set of points having more than one closest point to the boundary of a shape is called the medial-axis or skeleton. Since its first introduction, many of its variants have been developed and used in shape analysis, retrieval, deformation, and many other applications. Medial-axis of a 3D shape consists of both 2D and 1D structures and may become quite complex. Thus, 1D curve representations of medial-axis, called curve-skeletons, have been becoming more popular. The thesis considers two related problems regarding curve-skeletons. In the first part, a method for transfer- ring the curve-skeleton of a source shape to target shapes without extracting them from scratch is given. The second part deals with the inverse problem, that is, con- structing mesh structure from a curve-skeleton given a source shape with its curve- skeleton. For the both parts, we demonstrate the advantages of our methods over the existing ones through comprehensive evaluations, both visually and quantitatively.
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Skeleton
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3D shape abstraction
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ARAP
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Rigging
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Skinning
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Ç. Seylan, “Curve-skeleton and mesh transfer between shapes,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2021.