The curves in each plot follow the Princeton Protocol [1]. The black curve describes the average over all contest pairs with the standard deviation shaded. The blue curve belongs to the best pair and the red one to the worst. Extended results and a comparison of each method can be found in the paper version which will be published in 3DOR proceedings. [pdf]

Isometric Embedding

Participants: Yusuf Sahillioglu, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Method: [2] with Biharmonic Distance.

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Green’s function embedding alignment

Participants: Oliver Burghard, Alexander Dieckmann and Reinhard Klein, University of Bonn, Germany

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Random Forests

Participants: Luca Cosmo, Universita Ca'Foscari Venezia, Italy and Emanuele Rodola, University of Lugano, Switzerland
Method: [3] with Heat Kernel Signature.

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  1. Blended intrinsic maps. Kim V. G., Lipman Y., Funkhouser T. A., TOG 30, 4 (2011), 79
  2. Minimum-distortion isometric shape correspondence using EM algorithm. Sahillioglu Y., Yemez Y., IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 34, 11 (2012), 2203–2215
  3. Dense non-rigid shape correspondence using random forests. Rodolà E., Rota Bulò S., Windheuser T., Vestner M., Cremers D., In Proc. CVPR (2014), pp. 4177–4184.