Computation and Visualization of Fabrication Artifacts

Muhammad Muddassir Malik, Christoph Heinzl, Meister Eduard Gröller
Computation and Visualization of Fabrication Artifacts
Journal of WSCG, 17(1):17-24, February 2009.

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Abstract

This paper proposes a novel technique to measure fabrication artifacts through direct comparison of a reference surface model with the corresponding industrial CT volume. Our technique uses the information from the surface model to locate corresponding points in the CT dataset. We then compute various comparison metrics to measure differences (fabrication artifacts) between the two datasets. The differences are presented to the user both visually as well as quantitatively. Our comparison techniques are divided into two groups, namely geometry-driven comparison techniques and visual-driven comparison techniques. The geometry-driven techniques provide an overview, while the visual-driven techniques can be used for a localized examination.

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@article{malik-2009-CVFA,
  title =      "Computation and Visualization of Fabrication Artifacts",
  author =     "Muhammad Muddassir Malik and Christoph Heinzl and Meister
               Eduard Gr{"o}ller",
  year =       "2009",
  abstract =   "This paper proposes a novel technique to measure fabrication
               artifacts through direct comparison of a reference surface
               model with the corresponding industrial CT volume. Our
               technique uses the information from the surface model to
               locate corresponding points in the CT dataset. We then
               compute various comparison metrics to measure differences
               (fabrication artifacts) between the two datasets. The
               differences are presented to the user both visually as well
               as quantitatively. Our comparison techniques are divided
               into two groups, namely geometry-driven comparison
               techniques and visual-driven comparison techniques. The
               geometry-driven techniques provide an overview, while the
               visual-driven techniques can be used for a localized
               examination.",
  month =      feb,
  issn =       "Online: 1213-6964 (printed: 1213 – 6972)",
  journal =    "Journal of WSCG",
  number =     "1",
  volume =     "17",
  pages =      "17--24",
  URL =        "https://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/research/publications/2009/malik-2009-CVFA/",
}