Geometric Modelling: Dagstuhl 1999

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 29, 2001 - Computers - 351 pages
Geometric Modelling is concerned with the computer aided design, manipulation, storage and transmission of geometric shape. It provides fundamental techniques to different areas of application as CAD/CAM, computer graphics, scientific visualization, and virtual Reality. 20 papers presented by leading experts give a state-of-the-art survey of the following topics: surface design and fairing; multiresolution models; reverse engineering; solid modelling; constrained based modelling.
 

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Contents

Converting Orthogonal Polyhedra from Extreme
3
Smooth Shell Construction with Mixed Prism
19
Geometric Modeling of Parallel Curves on Surfaces
37
Computing Volume Properties
55
Bisectors and aSectors of Rational
73
Piecewise Linear Wavelets Over Type2
89
FeatureBased Matching
105
Blossoming and Divided Difference
155
Surface Reconstruction
199
An Algorithm to Triangulate Surfaces in 3D Using Unorganised
219
Cylindrical Surface Pasting
248
A Geometrically Motivated Affine Invariant Norm 267
269
Exploiting Wavelet Coefficients for Modifying Functions
281
Schatzl R Hagen H Barnes J C Hamann B Joy K I
309
Implicit Surfaces
325
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Localizing the 4Split Method
185

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