Low Rank Matrix Approximation for Geometry Filtering

by   Xuequan Lu, et al.

We propose a robust, anisotropic normal estimation method for both point clouds and meshes using a low rank matrix approximation algorithm. First, we compute a local feature descriptor for each point and find similar, non-local neighbors that we organize into a matrix. We then show that a low rank matrix approximation algorithm can robustly estimate normals for both point clouds and meshes. Furthermore, we provide a new filtering method for point cloud data to anisotropically smooth the position data to fit the estimated normals. We show applications of our method to point cloud filtering, point set upsampling, surface reconstruction, mesh denoising, and geometric texture removal. Our experiments show that our method outperforms current methods in both visual quality and accuracy.


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