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…111 viii LIST OF FIGURES 1.1 2.1 Time evolution of a Gaussian function under heat (top) and Schrodinger (bottom) equations. Time progression is from left to right. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k(…

…σ 2 )](x), Left to Right: The function g(x; σ) = [f 2 − x2 2 5 2 2 −x 2 −e , with increasing values of σ. where f (x) = e Nonconvex regions are colored by pink. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2.2 2.3…

…intensity values. Obviously, the correct alignment is attained at θ = −1, due to reflection symmetry. The objective function for zLK is shown in (c) and for z in (d). Blue, green and red respectively indicate local maxima, global maximum…

…x29; Segmented and rectified facade. (b),(c) Same task from a different view. (c) Segmentation result refined to the orange box by matching. (d) Point-wise match between two regions of the facades using our…

…points in P. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Optimization landscape for minimizing the function (5.19). The spectrum from blue to red indicates small to large values. Top Row : Input P, which is a rotated version of Q…

…Middle Row : Transformed P to match Q using ICP. Bottom Row: Transformed P to match Q using proposed method. . . . . . . Top Row : Input P, which is a rotated version of Q. Middle Row : Transformed P to match Q using ICP. Bottom Row: Transformed P to

…match Q using proposed method. . . . . . . Top Row : Input P, which is a rotated version of Q. Middle Row : Transformed P to match Q using ICP. Bottom Row: Transformed P to match Q using proposed method. . . . . . . x 95 98 105 106 107 NOTATIONS…

…applications are nonconvex. Good news is, however, real problems often have some kind of regularity and structure. Sometimes, by recognizing and exploiting these structures, it is possible to find a reasonable solution for a non-convex optimization task in…