H-RANSAC: A HYBRID POINT CLOUD SEGMENTATION COMBINING 2D AND 3D DATA

Adam, A.; Chatzilari, E.; Nikolopoulos, S.; Kompatsiaris, I.

In this paper, we present a novel 3D segmentation approach operating on point clouds generated from overlapping images. The aim of the proposed hybrid approach is to effectively segment co-planar objects, by leveraging the structural information originating from the 3D point cloud and the visual information from the 2D images, without resorting to learning based procedures. More specifically, the proposed hybrid approach, H-RANSAC, is an extension of the well-known RANSAC plane-fitting algorithm, incorporating an additional consistency criterion based on the results of 2D segmentation. Our expectation that the integration of 2D data into 3D segmentation will achieve more accurate results, is validated experimentally in the domain of 3D city models. Results show that HRANSAC can successfully delineate building components like main facades and windows, and provide more accurate segmentation results compared to the typical RANSAC plane-fitting algorithm.

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Adam, A. / Chatzilari, E. / Nikolopoulos, S. / et al: H-RANSAC: A HYBRID POINT CLOUD SEGMENTATION COMBINING 2D AND 3D DATA. 2018. Copernicus Publications.

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