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학술지 An Enhanced Method for Registration of Dental Surfaces Partially Scanned by a 3D Dental Laser Scanning
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저자
박성진, 강호철, 이정진, 신준석, 신영길
발행일
201501
출처
Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, v.118 no.1, pp.11-22
ISSN
0169-2607
출판사
Elsevier
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cmpb.2014.09.007
협약과제
14MS2400, 모바일 기기 환경에서의 고품질 입체 영상콘텐츠 제작 플랫폼 개발, 김도형
초록
In this paper, we propose the fast and accurate registration method of partially scanned dental surfaces in a 3D dental laser scanning. To overcome the multiple point correspondence problems of conventional surface registration methods, we propose the novel depth map-based registration method to register 3D surface models. First, we convert a partially scanned 3D dental surface into a 2D image by generating the 2D depth map image of the surface model by applying a 3D rigid transformation into this model. Then, the image-based registration method using 2D depth map images accurately estimates the initial transformation between two consequently acquired surface models. To further increase the computational efficiency, we decompose the 3D rigid transformation into out-of-plane (i.e. x-, y-rotation, and z-translation) and in-plane (i.e. x-, y-translation, and z-rotation) transformations. For the in-plane transformation, we accelerate the transformation process by transforming the 2D depth map image instead of transforming the 3D surface model. For the more accurate registration of 3D surface models, we enhance iterative closest point (ICP) method for the subsequent fine registration. Our initial depth map-based registration well aligns each surface model. Therefore, our subsequent ICP method can accurately register two surface models since it is highly probable that the closest point pairs are the exact corresponding point pairs. The experimental results demonstrated that our method accurately registered partially scanned dental surfaces. Regarding the computational performance, our method delivered about 1.5 times faster registration than the conventional method. Our method can be successfully applied to the accurate reconstruction of 3D dental objects for orthodontic and prosthodontic treatment.
키워드
3D dental laser scanning, Depth map, Depth map-based registration, Iterative closest point, Surface registration
KSP 제안 키워드
2D image, 3D surface model, Accurate registration, Computational Efficiency, Conventional methods, Depth Map, Fast and accurate, Fine registration, Image-based, In-plane, Laser Scanning