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Symmetry Detection and Symmetrization
Niloy Mitra,
Date & Time: April 23, 2007 10:30
Venue: SIC 305, Kanwal Rekhi Building
Abstract:
In the first part of the talk, I will briefly talk about geometric modeling -- the various problems and challenges encountered in this area with special emphasis on my topics of interest. In the second part, I will talk about symmetry. Self-similarity or symmetry is commonly observed in many natural and man-made objects. I will describe an algorithm for detecting partial and approximate symmetries in 3D shapes. Also I will show how to minimally deform objects to make them more symmetric. Applications include model compression, segmentation, semantic model editing, automatic registration, example based model completion.
Speaker Profile:
Niloy Mitra is a postdoctoral scholar at Vienna University of Technology. Niloy received his Masters and PhD from Stanford University, and his Btech from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. Niloy's research interest lies in geometric modeling and computer graphics -- specifically designing algorithms for geometry processing tasks.
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