Cutting an Organic Surface

Abstract : Mapping a given surface onto a piece of the plane is an usual problem, and conformal mappings with border free approaches are classical as non-distorting methods. However, algorithms of this category are only able to produce a mapping from a surface topo-logically equivalent to a disc. In the general case, a topological cutting is thus required. The approach we are reporting here is a method that does not only take into account the topologi-cal properties by cutting the original surface into a disc [3], but also the the geometrical properties by globally selecting the local extrema of original arm-like surfaces (denoted organic surfaces in the following).
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European Workshop on Computational Geometry, 2009, Bruxelles, Belgium
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Jean-Marie Favreau, Vincent Barra. Cutting an Organic Surface. European Workshop on Computational Geometry, 2009, Bruxelles, Belgium. 〈hal-01622909〉



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