This project proposes, a new robust model fitting method is proposed to efficiently segment multistructure data even when they are heavily contaminated by outliers. The proposed method is composed of three steps: first, a conventional greedy search strategy is employed to generate (initial) model hypotheses based on the sequential “fit-and-remove” procedure because of its computational efficiency. Second, to efficiently generate accurate model hypotheses close to the true models, a novel global greedy search strategy initially samples from the inliers of the obtained model hypotheses and samples subsequent data subsets from the whole input data. Third, mutual information theory is applied to fuse the model hypotheses of the same model instance. The conventional greedy search strategy is used to generate model hypotheses for the remaining model instances, if the number of retained model hypotheses is less than that of the true model instances after fusion. The second and the third steps are performed iteratively until an adequate solution is obtained. Experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness and efficiency of the proposed method for model fitting. This project is implemented with MATLAB software.