This paper address the extraction of multiple models from outlier-contaminated data by exploiting preference analysis and low rank approximation. First points are represented in the preference space, then Robust PCA (Principal Component Analysis) and Symmetric NMF (Non negative Matrix Factorization) are used to break the multi-model fitting problem into many single-model problems, which in turn are tackled with an approach inspired to MSAC (M-estimator SAmple Consensus) coupled with a model-specific scale estimate. Experimental validation on public, real data-sets demonstrates that our method compares favorably with the state of the art.

Multiple structure recovery via robust preference analysis

L. Magri;
2017

Abstract

This paper address the extraction of multiple models from outlier-contaminated data by exploiting preference analysis and low rank approximation. First points are represented in the preference space, then Robust PCA (Principal Component Analysis) and Symmetric NMF (Non negative Matrix Factorization) are used to break the multi-model fitting problem into many single-model problems, which in turn are tackled with an approach inspired to MSAC (M-estimator SAmple Consensus) coupled with a model-specific scale estimate. Experimental validation on public, real data-sets demonstrates that our method compares favorably with the state of the art.
IMAGE AND VISION COMPUTING
Multi-model fitting, Model estimation, Spectral clustering, Matrix factorization
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