Modern geometric computing for visualization
Toshiyasu Kunii, Yoshihisa Shinagawa
Springer-Verlag, 1992 - Computers - 272 pages
The papers in this book are on "modern geometric computing for visualization" which is at the forefront of multidisciplinary advanced research areas. This area is attracting intensive research interest across many application fields: singularity in cosmology, turbulence in ocean engineering, high energy physics, molecular dynamics, environmental problems, modern mathematics, computer graphics, and pattern recognition. The book contains the proceedings of the International Workshop on Modern Geometric Computing for Visualization held at Kogakuin University, Tokyo, from June 29-30, 1992.
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Computer Geometry and Topological Classification
R A Earnshaw
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