Benchmark Results: Lim et al.

Submission name:

Lim et al.

Short description of the method:

A method to model architectural components in large-scale indoor spaces from point cloud measurements. The method enables the modeling of curved surfaces, cylindrical pillars, and slanted surfaces. It operates by constructing the architectural points from the raw point cloud after removing non-architectural (objects) points and filling in the holes caused by their exclusion. Then, the architectural points are represented using a set of piece-wise planar segments. Finally, the adjacency graph of the planar segments is constructed to verify the fact that every planar segment is closed. This ensures a watertight mesh model generation.

Reference:

Lim, G., Oh, Y., Kim, D., Jun, C., Kang, J., and Doh, N., 2020. Modeling of Architectural Components for Large-Scale Indoor Spaces From Point Cloud Measurements. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 5(3), 3830-3837.

URL:

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Submission date:

23 Jun. 2020

Last update:

23 Jun. 2020

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