Surface classification using conformal structures

Xianfeng Gu Shing-Tung Yau

Computational Geometry mathscidoc:1912.43546

701, 2003.10
3D surface classification is a fundamental problem in computer vision and computational geometry. Surfaces can be classified by different transformation groups. Traditional classification methods mainly use topological transformation groups and Euclidean transformation groups. We introduce a novel method to classify surfaces by conformal transformation groups. Conformal equivalent class is refiner than topological equivalent class and coarser than isometric equivalent class, making it suitable for practical classification purposes. For general surfaces, the gradient fields of conformal maps form a vector space, which has a natural structure invariant under conformal transformations. We present an algorithm to compute this conformal structure, which can be represented as matrices, and use it to classify surfaces. The result is intrinsic to the geometry, invariant to triangulation and insensitive to resolution. To the best
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  title={Surface classification using conformal structures},
  author={Xianfeng Gu, and Shing-Tung Yau},
Xianfeng Gu, and Shing-Tung Yau. Surface classification using conformal structures. 2003. pp.701.
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