Curves and Surfaces for Computer-aided Geometric Design: A Practical Guide, Volume 1

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Academic Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 429 pages
In this fourth edition, the content has been thoroughly revised and updated to include a new chapter on recursive subdivision, new material on nonrectangular topology, surface faceting, stereo lithography, and new sections on triangulations and scattered data interpolants. The disk has been updated to include all of the data sets and the C code used in the book.

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Hard reading, but I don't know a better book on the details of the subjects it covers. Some of these seem to be obsolete for the modern applications I deal with... Read full review


Introductory Material
The de Casteljau Algorithm
The Bernstein Form of a Bezier Curve

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