Spectral bases for 3D shapes representation Spectral bases – reminder Last week we spoke of Fourier analysis 1D sine/cosine bases for signals: Spectral bases – reminder Last week we spoke of Fourier analysis 2D bases for 2D signals (images) How about 3D shapes?
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Spectral bases for 3D shapes representation
Height function, regularly sampled above a 2D domain
General 3D shapes
(x1, y1, z1)
(x2, y2, z2)
. . .
(xn, yn, zn)
(i1, j1, k1)
(i2, j2, k2)
. . .
(im, jm, km)
sorted in ascending
The first components are low-frequency
The last components are high-frequency
2nd basis function
10th basis function
100th basis function
spectral basis of L =
the DCT basis
The frequency is small the Laplacian operator gives small values
the shape of the function is smooth
The frequency is large the Laplacian operator gives large values
the shape of the function is less smooth!
As in JPEG compression,
drop the high-frequency components!
Increasing number of participating
The less coefficients are dropped, the less shape information is lost
See you next time