@InProceedings{Kostliva-ISVC-08,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 18 Jan 2009 },
  UPDATE  = { 2008-12-16 },
  author =	 {Jana Kostliv{\'a} and Radim {\v S}{\'a}ra and Martina
                  Mat{\'y}skov{\'a}},
  title =	 {Fairing of Discrete Surfaces with Boundary That Preserves
                  Size and Qualitative Shape},
  year =	 {2008},
  pages =	 {107-118},
  booktitle =	 {ISVC 2008: Proceedings 4th International Symposium on Visual
                  Computing},
  editor =	 {George Bebis and Richard Boyle and Bahram Parvin and Darko
                  Koracin and Paolo Remagnino and Fatih Porikli and J\"org
                  Peters and James Klosowski and Laura Arns and Yu Ka Chun and
                  Theresa-Marie Rhyne and Laura Monroe},
  publisher =	 {Springer-Verlag},
  address =	 {Berlin, Germany},
  isbn =	 {978-3-540-89638-8},
  series =	 {LNCS},
  number =	 {5358},
  book_pages =	 {1173},
  month =	 {December},
  day =		 {1-3},
  venue =	 {Las Vegas, USA},
  annote = {In this paper, we propose a new algorithm for fairing
    discrete surfaces resulting from stereo-based 3D reconstruction
    task. Such results are typically too dense, uneven and noisy,
    which is inconvenient for further processing. Our approach jointly
    optimises mesh smoothness and regularity. The definition is given
    on a discrete surface and the solution is found by discrete
    diffusion of a scalar function. Experiments on synthetic and real
    data demonstrate that the proposed approach is robust, stable,
    preserves qualitative shape and is applicable to even
    moderate-size real surfaces with boundary (0.8M vertices and 1.7M
    triangles).},
  keywords =	 {computer vision, graphics, surface reconstruction},
  authorship =	 {50-35-15},
  project =	 {1ET101210406, MSM6840770012, STINT Dnr IG2003-2 062},
  acceptance_ratio ={172/340},
}