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SHREC'12 Track: Sketch-Based 3D Shape Retrieval

The objective of this SHREC'12 track is to evaluate the performance of different sketch-based 3D model retrieval algorithms using both hand-drawn and standard line drawings sketch queries on a watertight 3D model dataset.

Sketch-based 3D model retrieval is to retrieve 3D models using a 2D sketch as input. This scheme is intuitive and convenient for users to search for relevant 3D models and also important for several applications including sketch-based modeling and sketch-based shape recognition. However, most existing 3D model retrieval algorithms target the Query-by-Model framework, that is, using existing 3D models as queries. Much less research work has been done regarding the Query-by-Sketch framework. In addition, until now there was no comprehensive evaluation or comparison for available sketch-based retrieval algorithms. Considering of this, we organized this track to foster this challenging research area by providing a common sketch-based retrieval benchmark and soliciting retrieval results from current state-of-the-art retrieval methods for comparison. We also provide corresponding evaluation code for computing a set of performance metrics similar to those used in the Query-by-Model retrieval technique.

Dataset: 3D target Models is 400, 2D query set comprises two subsets: (1) Hand-drawn sketches, and (2) Standard line drawings

Please cite the paper:
[1] B. Li, T. Schreck, A. Godil, M. Alexa, T. Boubekeur, B. Bustos, J. Chen, M. Eitz, T. Furuya, K. Hildebrand, S. Huang, H. Johan, A. Kuijper, R. Ohbuchi, R. Richter, J. M. Saavedra, M. Scherer, T. Yanagimachi, G. J. Yoon, S. M. Yoon, In: M. Spagnuolo, M. Bronstein, A. Bronstein, and A. Ferreira (eds.), SHREC'12 Track: Sketch-Based 3D Shape Retrieval, Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval 2012 (3DOR 2012), 2012.

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Description The objective of this SHREC'12 track is to evaluate the performance of different sketch-based 3D model retrieval algorithms using both hand-drawn and standard line drawings sketch queries on a watertight 3D model dataset. Sketch-based 3D model retrieval is to retrieve 3D models using a 2D sketch as input. This scheme is intuitive and convenient for users to search for relevant 3D models and also important for several applications including sketch-based modeling and sketch-based shape recognition. However, most existing 3D model retrieval algorithms target the Query-by-Model framework, that is, using existing 3D models as queries. Much less research work has been done regarding the Query-by-Sketch framework. In addition, until now there was no comprehensive evaluation or comparison for available sketch-based retrieval algorithms. Considering of this, we organized this track to foster this challenging research area by providing a common sketch-based retrieval benchmark and soliciting retrieval results from current state-of-the-art retrieval methods for comparison. We also provide corresponding evaluation code for computing a set of performance metrics similar to those used in the Query-by-Model retrieval technique. Dataset: 3D target Models is 400, 2D query set comprises two subsets: (1) Hand-drawn sketches, and (2) Standard line drawings Please cite the paper: [1] B. Li, T. Schreck, A. Godil, M. Alexa, T. Boubekeur, B. Bustos, J. Chen, M. Eitz, T. Furuya, K. Hildebrand, S. Huang, H. Johan, A. Kuijper, R. Ohbuchi, R. Richter, J. M. Saavedra, M. Scherer, T. Yanagimachi, G. J. Yoon, S. M. Yoon, In: M. Spagnuolo, M. Bronstein, A. Bronstein, and A. Ferreira (eds.), SHREC'12 Track: Sketch-Based 3D Shape Retrieval, Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval 2012 (3DOR 2012), 2012.
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Publisher Name National Institute of Standards and Technology
Contact mailto:afzal.godil@nist.gov
Keywords 3D Shape Retrieval , 3D models , Hand-drawn Sketch data , Standard line drawings , Evaluation
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