AMLS software can take a point cloud data possibly contaminated with noise and then smooth it out. A smooth surface can be reconstructed out of the output of AMLS. The software is based on a new definition of MLS surface that takes into account the features of the sampled surface. Also, the implicit function defining the AMLS surface is significantly different from the standard MLS surface definition. This new definition has several advantages over the standard one as explained in the paper given below.
The input to AMLS is a point cloud with assigned normals and features. The normals and features can be computed from a point cloud using the NormFet software given below. This means NormFet can create the input file for AMLS from an input point cloud.The output of AMLS can be fed to the Cocone software given below to reconstruct the surface.
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Paper for AMLS:
Paper for NormFet:
T. K. Dey, S. Goswami and J.
Surface Based Projections Converge and Reconstruct with Isotopy. Technical
Report OSU-CISRC-05-TR25, April, 2005.
The output of the AMLS software can be viewed with GEOMVIEW.
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