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Uniform subdivision algorithms for curves and surfaces

N. Dyn

Uniform subdivision algorithms for curves and surfaces

by N. Dyn

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Published by Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Brunel University in Uxbridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementN. Dyn, J. A. Gregory and D. Levin.
SeriesTR/09/86
ContributionsGregory, John A., Levin, D.
The Physical Object
Pagination18p. :
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14498314M

– Nif tilBNon uniform rational B-SliSpline –Demo 2. “Subdivision defines a smooth curve or surface asSubdivision defines a smooth curve or surface as Beyond Subdivision SurfacesBeyond Subdivision Surfaces • T-Splines [Sd bSederberg et l ]t al. ]. Subdivision on Arbitrary Meshes: Algorithms and Theory 3 sentations either of wavelet [48], pyramid type [93], or related displaced subdivi-sion surfaces [39]. Over the past few years, a number of crucial geometric algorithms were de-veloped for subdivision surfaces and subdivision-based multiresolution represen-tations.

38 B. Odehnal: Subdivision Algorithms for Rules Surfaces The necessary condition for (x,x,λ1,λ2) to be a local minimizer of L from (3) is that it solves the system of linear equations comprising the partial derivatives of L with respect to all . Algorithms for Normal Curves and Surfaces Marcus Schaefer1, Eric Sedgwick2, and Daniel Stefankoviˇcˇ 3 1 DePaul University ([email protected]) 2 DePaul University ([email protected]) 3 University of Chicago ([email protected]) Abstract. We derive several algorithms for curves and surfaces rep-resented using normal coordinates.

Simple Curves and Surfaces Homogeneous Coordinates Geometric Transformations Problems References Subdividing a Bézier Curve Why Is the Subdivision Algorithm Correct? Degree Elevation of a Bézier Curve Subdivision Surfaces (April 6, , MB, 49 pages). This volume constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Mathematical Methods for Curves and Surfaces, MMCS , held in Oslo, Norway, in June/July The 28 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from


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Uniform subdivision algorithms for curves and surfaces by N. Dyn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Curve or surface. We will consider uniform binary subdivision algorithms for curves of the following form: At the k+l'st step of the algorithm, k = 0,1,2, let fk denote.

Curves and Surfaces for Geometric Design offers both a theoretically unifying understanding of polynomial curves and surfaces and an effective approach to implementation that you can Uniform subdivision algorithms for curves and surfaces book to bear on your own work—whether you’re a graduate student, scientist, or practitioner.

Inside, the focus is on "blossoming"—the process of converting a polynomial to its polar form—as a 5/5(2). The same regularity conditions also apply to curves and surfaces generated by a subclass of monotonicity preserving, symmetric subdivision schemes. Select Splines and Digital Signal Processing Book chapter Full text access.

In this paper, a (recursive) subdivision algorithm for non—uniform B—spline curves with simple knots is formulated so that B—spline curves with non—uniform knot partitions can also be coped with in a “free-form manner”.Cited by: 6.

A specific example of a 4-point interpolatory curve algorithm is described and its generalization to a surface algorithm defined over a subdivision of a regular triangular partition is illustrated Topics: Subdivision algorithms, Control polygon, Interpolation, Shape controlAuthor: N Dyn, JA Gregory and D Levin.

InRiesenfeld proved that the curves produced by Chaikin's algorithm were uniform quadratic B-spline curves []. The success of the studies of these algorithms encouraged more and more studies in curve and surface generation algorithms [1,28,33,69,71,76,81,85, The (2s – 1)-point non-stationary binary subdivision schemes (SSs) for curve design are introduced for any integer s ≥2.

The Lagrange polynomials are used to. Non-uniform recursive subdivision surfaces. Pages – Previous Chapter Next Chapter. An Algorithm For High-speed Curve Generation. Computer Graphics and Image Processing,A Unified Approach To Subdivision Algorithms Near Extraordinary Vertices.

Computer Aided Geometric Design, modeling [16]. Most practical algorithms are based on free-form curves and surfaces [8, 6].

In this paper, we consider one class of free-form curves, Bezier curves. All current al-gorithms for intersecting Bezier curves are inexact, leading to well-known nonrobustness issues. Let us look at a funda-mental reason for Size: KB. Non-Uniform Rational B-Spline Curves and Surfaces Hongxin Zhang and Jieqing Feng State Key Lab of CAD&CG • Subdivision • Reparameterization.

12/18/ State Key Lab of CAD&CG 34 NURBS Surfaces: Algorithms. In this paper, we propose a general subdivision algorithm for generating surfaces. The algorithm has as motivation our earlier work on the design of free form curves where similar ideas were investigated.

Here we describe some properties of uniform refinement algorithms for surface by: Some Definitions. Limit surface—the hypothetical surface created after an infinite number of subdivision steps; Valence (of a vertex)—the number of edges connected to a vertex Extraordinary point—a vertex with a valence other than 4 (for a quad-based subdivision scheme, such as Catmull-Clark); Catmull-Clark Subdivision.

We use Catmull-Clark subdivision surfaces. sion can create smooth curves and surfaces of arbitrary topology, subdivision is now an integral part of Geometric Modeling. The Lane-Riesenfeld subdivision algorithm is the most commonly used subdivision algorithm for uniform B-splines of arbitrary degree.

Non-uniform rational basis spline (NURBS) is a mathematical model commonly used in computer graphics for generating and representing curves and surfaces.

It offers great flexibility and precision for handling both analytic (surfaces defined by common mathematical formulae) and modeled shapes. NURBS are commonly used in computer-aided design (CAD).

of polynomial curves and surfaces is captured by the three words: Polarize,homogenize,tensorize. We will be dealing primarily with the following kinds of problems: • Approximating a shape (curve or surface).

We will see how this can be done using polynomial curves or surfaces (also called B´ezier curves or surfaces), spline curves or surfaces.

Regular portion of surface computed by LR(3×3) algorithm 80 Control points defining a C2 curve with singularity. 82 Computation of exact values, first method. 89 Grid Introduction to the Mathematics of Subdivision Surfaces: Front Matter.

Purchase Curves and Surfaces - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. This paper presents a geometric algorithm for the generation of uniform cubic B-spline curves interpolating a sequence of data points under tangent and curvature vectors constraints.

Subdivision algorithms represent one of the best established formal methods for the generation of parametric curves, in particular, repeated knot insertion and repeated corner rounding.

One well-known disadvantage of these algorithms is their inability to produce rational curves, since the procedure uniformly ends up with sequences of parabolas Author: NasriAhmad, FarinGerald. The subdivision algorithm for a box spline surface begins by splitting each control point into four control points, just as in the subdivision algorithm for uniform tensor product B-spline surfaces (see Figure 5, left).

We then remove one copy of the vectors € (1,0) and € (0,1) from the collection V. Thus the initial copies of. When a book of any kind warrants a fifth edition, there must be more than just a few things right about it.

In the case of Curves and Surfaces for CAGD (Computer Aided Graphics and Design), Gerald Farin has written and maintained a definitive work on computer graphics and graphics programming. The fourth edition of this work was published in Cited by: some subdivision techniques and constructions of arbitrarily smooth free-form surfaces.

In order to keep the book focused, many further CAGD methods are ex-cluded. In particular, rational B´ezier and B-spline techniques are not ad-dressed since a rigorous treatment within the appropriate context of projec.The applications include boundary treatments for subdivision surfaces, interpolation of curves by surfaces, subdivision stencils around extraordinary vertices (construction of C 2 schemes), as well as schemes that involve different kinds of grids (triangular / quadrilateral).Cited by: 3.