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Particle Filtering for Registration of 2D and 3D Point Sets with Stochastic Dynamics


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In this paper, we propose a particle filtering approach for the problem of registering two point sets that differ by a rigid body transformation. Typically, registration algorithms compute the transformation parameters by maximizing a metric given an estimate of the correspondence between points across the two sets of interest. This can be viewed as a posterior estimation problem, in which the corresponding distribution can naturally be estimated using a particle filter. In this work, we treat motion as a local variation in pose parameters obtained from running a few iterations of the standard Iterative Closest Point ICP algorithm. Employing this idea, we introduce stochastic motion dynamics to widen the narrow band of convergence often found in local optimizer functions used to tackle the registration task. Thus, the novelty of our method is twofold: Firstly, we employ a particle filtering scheme to drive the point set registration process. Secondly, we increase the robustness of the registration performance by introducing a dynamic model of uncertainty for the transformation parameters. In contrast with other techniques, our approach requires no annealing schedule, which results in a reduction in computational complexity as well as maintains the temporal coherency of the state no loss of information. Also, unlike most alternative approaches for point set registration, we make no geometric assumptions on the two data sets. Experimental results are provided that demonstrate the robustness of the algorithm to initialization, noise, missing structures or differing point densities in each sets, on challenging 2D and 3D registration tasks.



Biomedical Imaging Lab Minerva Research Group -



Autor: Sandhu, Romeil - Dambreville, Samuel - Tannenbaum, Allen R. - -

Fuente: https://smartech.gatech.edu/







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