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.Dagstuhl 1999 Computing Supplement 14 Guido Brunnett, H. Bieri, Gerald Farin ... sequences in a quasi-Monte Carlo method is much better than using random points for computing volumes for all the initial ... to pre-classify exactly parts of the objects whose volume was being estimated again showed significant advantages for the low-discrepancy techniques. ... References  Bowyer, A.: Swlis set-theoretic kernel modeller: introduction and user manual information Geometers, 1995.
|Author||:||Guido Brunnett, H. Bieri, Gerald Farin|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|