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Monday, January 9th, 2012, 1:36 pm

Longest Document I’ve Ever Published

With recent milestones reached and a change in publication strategy, I decided to unleash some easy-to-run code along with the 535 pages which document the code as well as experiments that have been run using this code over the past year or so. The document is not as organised as it ought to be, but I hereby make a lot of stuff available in fairly raw form. I made an HTML version to overcome file size issues that are associated with PDF, not to mention accessibility issues.

Surface Matching With Statistics and Geometry: Technical Report for 2011 (PDF – 535 pages, HTML – multi-page layout)

In summary, performance verging state-of-the-art is reached. In order to pile up and share the approach/work done thus far (before proceeding with the exploratory direction of diffusion/other), these are hastily-assembled notes that weigh 60 MB (over 500 pages for this document) which contain a lot of material that can prove useful some time along the way. Here is a previous post with some shorter documents. They are all being uploaded as HTML and PDF once they become coherent enough, soon to be indexed and made accessible through the research page and Web search as well.

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