35-Issue 5

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35-Issue 5

 

Geometry Processing 2016 - Symposium Proceedings
Berlin, Germany
June 20 – 24, 2016


Parametrization and Volumes
Scale-Invariant Directional Alignment of Surface Parametrizations
Marcel Campen, Moritz Ibing, Hans-Christian Ebke, Denis Zorin, and Leif Kobbelt
Polycube Simplification for Coarse Layouts of Surfaces and Volumes
Gianmarco Cherchi, Marco Livesu, and Riccardo Scateni
Incorporating Sharp Features in the General Solid Sweep Framework
Bharat Adsul, Jinesh Machchhar, and Milind Sohoni
Mappings
Iterative Closest Conformal Maps between Planar Domains
Aviv Segall and Mirela Ben-Chen
Complex Transfinite Barycentric Mappings with Similarity Kernels
Renjie Chen and Craig Gotsman
Advection-Based Function Matching on Surfaces
Omri Azencot, Orestis Vantzos, and Mirela Ben-Chen
Fitting and Tracking
Near-Isometric Level Set Tracking
Michael Tao, Justin Solomon, and Adrian Butscher
Mobility Fitting using 4D RANSAC
Hao Li, Guowei Wan, Honghua Li, Andrei Sharf, Kai Xu, and Baoquan Chen
Modeling and Design
CustomCut: On-demand Extraction of Customized 3D Parts with 2D Sketches
Xuekun Guo, Juncong Lin, Kai Xu, Siddhartha Chaudhuri, and Xiaogang Jin
Stenciling: Designing Structurally-Sound Surfaces with Decorative Patterns
Christian Schumacher, Bernhard Thomaszewski, and Markus Gross
Splines in the Space of Shells
Behrend Heeren, Martin Rumpf, Peter Schröder, Max Wardetzky, and Benedikt Wirth
Functional Correspondence
Stable Region Correspondences Between Non-Isometric Shapes
Vignesh Ganapathi-Subramanian, Boris Thibert, Maks Ovsjanikov, and Leonidas Guibas
Non-Rigid Puzzles
Or Litany, Emanuele Rodolà, Alex M. Bronstein, Michael M. Bronstein, and Daniel Cremers
Fabrication
Interactive Modeling of Mechanical Objects
Francisca Gil Ureta, Chelsea Tymms, and Denis Zorin
Data-Driven Bending Elasticity Design by Shell Thickness
Xiaoting Zhang, Xinyi Le, Zihao Wu, Emily Whiting, and Charlie C. L. Wang
Reconstruction
Curve Reconstruction with Many Fewer Samples
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Scott A. Mitchell, and Michael Wimmer
Crawl through Neighbors: A Simple Curve Reconstruction Algorithm
Amal Dev Parakkat and Ramanathan Muthuganapathy
Construction of Topologically Correct and Manifold Isosurfaces
Roberto Grosso
Structures
Learning 3D Scene Synthesis from Annotated RGB-D Images
Zeinab Sadeghipour Kermani, Zicheng Liao, Ping Tan, and Hao (Richard) Zhang
Identifying Style of 3D Shapes using Deep Metric Learning
Isaak Lim, Anne Gehre, and Leif Kobbelt
Symmetry and Orbit Detection via Lie-Algebra Voting
Zeyun Shi, Pierre Alliez, Mathieu Desbrun, Hujun Bao, and Jin Huang
Voronoi et al.
Planar Minimization Diagrams via Subdivision with Applications to Anisotropic Voronoi Diagrams
Huck Bennett, Evanthia Papadopoulou, and Chee Yap
Exploration of Empty Space among Spherical Obstacles via Additively Weighted Voronoi Diagram
Martin Manak
Disk Density Tuning of a Maximal Random Packing
Mohamed S. Ebeida, Ahmad A. Rushdi, Muhammad A. Awad, Ahmed H. Mahmoud, Dong-Ming Yan, Shawn A. English, John D. Owens, Chandrajit L. Bajaj, and Scott A. Mitchell
Differential Properties
Mesh Statistics for Robust Curvature Estimation
Libor Váša, Petr Vaněček, Martin Prantl, Věra Skorkovská, Petr Martínek, and Ivana Kolingerová
Deep Learning for Robust Normal Estimation in Unstructured Point Clouds
Alexandre Boulch and Renaud Marlet

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