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Conference Papers Year : 1995

Development of 3D invariants using linear algebra and tensor theory

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A framework for development of 3D invariants is proposed. Linear algebra (projection on the basis of spherical harmonics) and tensor theory are used to derive invariants with respect to 3D rotations. These invariants can be used to recognize 3D objects using 3D information, as shown in the experiments.
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Gilles Burel, Hugues Henocq, Jean-Yves Catros. Development of 3D invariants using linear algebra and tensor theory. Europe-China Workshop on Geometrical modelling and Invariants for Computer Vision (GMIVC’95), Apr 1995, X'ian, China. pp.286-293. ⟨hal-03221748⟩

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