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Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval, EG 3DOR
In 3D object retrieval it is very important to define reliable shape descriptors, which compactly characterize geometric properties of the underlying surface. To this aim two main approaches are considered: global, and local ones. Global approaches are effective in describing the whole object, while local ones are more suitable to characterize small parts of the shape. Some strategies to combine these two approaches have been proposed recently but still no consolidate work is available in thisdoi:10.2312/3dor/3dor13/009-016 fatcat:rs4gxpks7fhfbk3gy6rfy4da3q