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Gaussian Process Implicit Surfaces

Oliver Williams and Andrew Fitzgibbon


Many applications in computer vision and computer graphics require the definition of curves and surfaces. Implicit surfaces are a popular choice for this because they are smooth, can be appropriately constrained by known geometry, and require no special treatment for topology changes. In this paper we introduce Gaussian processes to this area by deriving a covariance function equivalent to the thin plate spline regularizer.


Publication typeInproceedings
Published inGaussian Processes in Practice
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