# Publications Freek Stulp

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 • Sorted by Date • Classified by Publication Type • Classified by Research Category • Completion of Occluded Surfaces Freek Stulp. Completion of Occluded Surfaces. Master's Thesis, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands,2001. Awarded the Best Master's Thesis Prize, academic year 2000/2001 by Artificial Intelligence Education in the Netherlands. Download [PDF]2.8MB Abstract When taking digital images of scenes, it is hard to capture all the information contained in the real-world scene into the image. Often objects are blocking other objects from the sensors' view. These occluded objects are not fully visible in the image, and data needed for a complete 3D reconstruction is missing. In this thesis, a method is presented for using information from the surroundings of an occlusion to hypothesize what would have been seen, had there not been an occlusion. This process is called \em completion. Cognitive aspects of this completion are discussed. The main part of this dissertation is devoted to a method of completing surfaces in range images, and finding a correct way of projecting texture onto these surfaces. BibTeX
 @MastersThesis{stulp01completion, title = {Completion of Occluded Surfaces}, author = {Freek Stulp}, school = {University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands}, year = {2001}, month = {August}, note = {Awarded the {\bf Best Master's Thesis Prize}, academic year 2000/2001 by Artificial Intelligence Education in the Netherlands.}, abstract = {When taking digital images of scenes, it is hard to capture all the information contained in the real-world scene into the image. Often objects are blocking other objects from the sensors' view. These occluded objects are not fully visible in the image, and data needed for a complete 3D reconstruction is missing. In this thesis, a method is presented for using information from the surroundings of an occlusion to hypothesize what would have been seen, had there not been an occlusion. This process is called {\em completion}. Cognitive aspects of this completion are discussed. The main part of this dissertation is devoted to a method of completing surfaces in range images, and finding a correct way of projecting texture onto these surfaces.}, bib2html_pubtype = {Thesis, Awards}, bib2html_rescat = {Completion of Occluded Surfaces in Range Images}, file = {stulp01completion.pdf:http\://www.ai.rug.nl/\\~freeks/dissertation/stulp01completion.pdf:PDF} } 

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