Surface modelling using triangular irregular networks (TINs) is an important area within geometric data processing, with applications to medical images, computer graphics, and finite elements methods. The project aims at improving existing triangulation methods, especially for non-convex surfaces. Appropriate generalizations of Delaunay triangulations and greedy triangulations for such surfaces are investigated.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/95 → 31/07/01|
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