This paper presents a novel approach to the Extreme Structure from Motion (E-SfM) problem, which takes a set of room layouts as polygonal curves in the top-down view, and aligns the room layout pieces by estimating their 2D translations and rotations, akin to solving the jigsaw puzzle of room layouts. The biggest discovery and surprise of the paper is that the simple use of a Diffusion Model solves this challenging registration problem as a conditional generation process. The paper presents a new dataset of room layouts and floorplans for 98,780 houses. The qualitative and quantitative evaluations demonstrate that the proposed approach outperforms the competing methods by significant margins. We will share all our code, models, and data.


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author = {Hosseini, Sepidehsadat and Shabani, Mohammad Amin and Irandoust, Saghar and Furukawa, Yasutaka},
title = {JigsawPlan: Room Layout Jigsaw Puzzle Extreme Structure from Motion using Diffusion Models},
month = {November},
year = {2022}}