Multiple Structure Recovery (MSR) represents an important and challenging problem in the field of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. Recent approaches to MSR advocate the use of clustering techniques. In this paper we propose an alternative method which investigates the usage of biclustering in MSR scenario. The main idea behind the use of biclustering approaches to MSR is to isolate subsets of points that behave “coherently” in a subset of models/structures. Specifically, we adopt a recent generative biclustering algorithm and we test the approach on a widely accepted MSR benchmark. The results show that biclustering techniques favorably compares with state-of-the-art clustering methods.

Multiple structure recovery via probabilistic biclustering

Magri L.;Farinelli A.;
2016

Abstract

Multiple Structure Recovery (MSR) represents an important and challenging problem in the field of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. Recent approaches to MSR advocate the use of clustering techniques. In this paper we propose an alternative method which investigates the usage of biclustering in MSR scenario. The main idea behind the use of biclustering approaches to MSR is to isolate subsets of points that behave “coherently” in a subset of models/structures. Specifically, we adopt a recent generative biclustering algorithm and we test the approach on a widely accepted MSR benchmark. The results show that biclustering techniques favorably compares with state-of-the-art clustering methods.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
978-3-319-49054-0
978-3-319-49055-7
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