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A Plane-based Approach for Indoor Point Clouds Registration

Abstract

Iterative Closest Point (ICP) is one of the mostly used algorithms for 3D point clouds registration. This classical approach can be impacted by the large number of points contained in a point cloud. Planar structures, which are less numerous than points, can be used in well-structured man-made environment. In this paper we propose a registration method inspired by the ICP algorithm in a plane-based registration approach for indoor environments. This method is based solely on data acquired with a LiDAR sensor. A new metric based on plane characteristics is introduced to find the best plane correspondences. The optimal transformation is estimated through a two-step minimization approach, successively performing robust plane-to-plane minimization and non-linear robust point-to-plane registration. Experiments on the Autonomous Systems Lab (ASL) dataset show that the proposed method enables to successfully register 100% of the scans from the three indoor sequences. Experiments also show that the proposed method is more robust in large motion scenarios than other state-of-the-art algorithms.
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hal-03108891 , version 1 (13-01-2021)

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Ketty Favre, Muriel Pressigout, Eric Marchand, Luce Morin. A Plane-based Approach for Indoor Point Clouds Registration. ICPR 2020 - 25th International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Jan 2021, Milan (Virtual), Italy. pp.7072-7079. ⟨hal-03108891⟩
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