Issue No. 02 - February (1992 vol. 14)
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<p>A general procedure for the understanding of a class of indoor scenes is proposed. The suggested algorithm makes use of an extensive 2-D processing of the image that provides a faithful line drawing of the viewed scene. It also uses procedures adequate for the understanding of the 3-D structure and for the recognition of several items in the scene. The approach is specific for indoor scenes, such as corridors, offices, and laboratory rooms, where long straight edges are predominant and vanishing points can be detected.</p>
2D image processing; 3D structures; pattern recognition; image interpretation; indoor science understanding; image recovery; computer vision; line drawing; vanishing points; computer vision; inference mechanisms; pattern recognition; picture processing
M. Campani, C. Coelho, V. Torre and M. Straforini, "The Recovery and Understanding of a Line Drawing from Indoor Scenes," in IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis & Machine Intelligence, vol. 14, no. , pp. 298-303, 1992.