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In this paper a novel method for 3D content-based search and retrieval is propos ed.

Weighted 3D Krawtchouk moments are introduced for efficient 3D analysis whic h are suitable for content-based search and retrieval applications. Introduction 3D search finds application in gaming, modelling, manufacturing and molecular bi ology applications. Previous proposals for 3D search: -a fast query by example approach where the descriptors are properly chosen in o rder to follow the basic geometric criteria which humans usually use for the sam e purpose. -a method based on shape histograms. -based on Generalized Radon Transform(GRT). -a web-based 3D search and retrieval system -a visual similarity-based 3D model retrieval system. The drawback of these methods is the loss of discriminative power. Weighted 3D Krawtchouk Given a 3D object as input, the Weighted 3D Krawtchouk moments are computed, whi ch are then used as a descriptor vector. Thus a very compact description vector is made. The descriptor extraction is very fast and the matching process, one-to -all, for a single object in a medium size database can be completed in few seco nds.The method is not invariant under geometrical transformation, thus for every query 3D model a preprocessingpose and position normalization step is required.

3D Searching A Technical Seminar synopsis submitted By Sneha .S Lokannavar 1GA06CS050 Department of Computer Science and Engineering Global Academy of Technology, Bangalore-560098 (INDIA) Feb -May 2010 Abstract Introduction From computer-aided design (CAD) drawings of complex engineering parts to digita l representations of proteins and complex molecules, an increasing amount of 3D information is making its way onto the Web and into corporate databases. Because of this, users need ways to store, index, and search this information. T ypical Web-searching approaches, such as Google's, can't do this. Even for 2D im ages, they generally search only the textual parts of a file, noted Greg Notess, editor of the online Search Engine Showdown newsletter. However, researchers at universities such as Purdue and Princeton have begun dev eloping search engines that can mine catalogs of 3D objects, such as airplane pa rts, by looking for physical, not textual, attributes. Users formulate a query b y using a drawing application to sketch what they are looking for or by selectin g a similar object from a catalog of images. The search engine then finds the it ems they want. The company must make it again, wasting valuable time and money. 3D searching: Advances in computing power combined with interactive modeling sof tware, which lets users create images as queries for searches, have made 3Dsearc h technology possible. The 3D-search system uses algorithms to convert the selected or drawn image-base d query into a mathematical model that describes the features of the object bein g sought. This converts drawings and objects into a form that computers can work with. The search system then compares the mathematical description of the drawn or selected object to those of 3D objects stored in a database, looking for sim

ilarities in the described features. About Technology Computer-aided Design. 3D rendering software Technical Issues It takes some getting to used to searching this way. It can also be a drain on your system resources, and can cause it to go much slow er. Applications The images are loaded in visual stacks so you can see 10 results, each in their o wn window, all in a nifty 3D card shuffle. The experience is richer visually, so shopping and browsing is not cumbersome any more. Conclusion True 3D search systems offer two principal ways to formulate a query: 1. Users can select objects from a catalog of images based on product groupings, such as gears or sofas; or they can utilize a drawing program to create a pictu re of the object they are looking for. 2. Or use an application to let users draw a 2D or 3D representation of the obje ct they want to find. Reference: T3 NTRODUCTION Three dimensional shape searching refers to the process of shape based retrieval of 3D models from a large database by determining the similarities among 3D sha pes. 3D model databases used around the web is growing at a fast speed which makes th e pro-blem of 3D searching significant 3D models have become integral component in fields like medicine, architecture,c hemistry and entertainment. How people will search for 3D models? The simplest approach is to search for keywords in filenames, captions, or conte xt This approach can fail: 1-when objects are not annotated 2-when objects are annotated with unspecific or derivative keywords 3-when all related keywords are so common 4-when relevant keywords are unknown In these cases, shape-based queries will be helpful for finding 3D objects. Reference: 3O