Isometry-invariant matching of point set surfaces

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RUGGERI, Mauro Roberto, Dietmar SAUPE, 2008. Isometry-invariant matching of point set surfaces. EG 3DOR 2008. Crete, Greece, Apr 15, 2008. In: PRATIKAKIS, Ioannis, ed., Theoharis THEOHARIS, ed.. EG 3DOR 2008 : Eurographics 2008 Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval. Aire-la-Ville:Eurographics. Available under: doi: 10.2312/3DOR/3DOR08/017-024

@inproceedings{Ruggeri2008Isome-3044, title={Isometry-invariant matching of point set surfaces}, year={2008}, doi={10.2312/3DOR/3DOR08/017-024}, address={Aire-la-Ville}, publisher={Eurographics}, booktitle={EG 3DOR 2008 : Eurographics 2008 Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval}, editor={Pratikakis, Ioannis and Theoharis, Theoharis}, author={Ruggeri, Mauro Roberto and Saupe, Dietmar} }

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