|Statement||G. Farin ... [et al.], (eds.).|
|Series||Computing. Supplement,, 13, Computing (Springer-Verlag)., 13.|
|Contributions||Farin, Gerald E., Dagstuhl Seminar on Geometric Modelling (3rd : 1996 Dagstuhl, Wadern, Germany)|
|LC Classifications||QA565 .G452 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||98053215|
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Geometric Modeling with Splines: An Introduction - CRC Press Book. Written by researchers who have helped found and shape the field, this book is a definitive introduction to geometric modeling. The authors present all of the necessary techniques for curve and surface representations in computer-aided modeling with a focus on how the techniques. Geometric Modelling: Dagstuhl by H. Hagen (Editor), Geometric Design with Trimmed Surfaces.- The Shape of the Overhauser Spline.- Local Energy Fairing of B-spline Curves.- Integrating Analysis Tools into the Design Process through Constrained Parametric Structures.- In E. BUNNING published a book in the former series Proto. This book focuses on the interaction between the theoretical foundation of geometric modelling and practical applications in CAD and related areas. Geometric Modelling: Theoretical and Computational Basis towards Advanced CAD Applications starts with two position papers, discussing basic computational theory and practical system solutions. The. - solid modelling - geometry processing - feature modelling - product modelling - surfaces over arbitrary topologies - blending methods - scattered data algorithms - smooting and fairing algorithms - NURBS 21 articles are giving a state-of-the-art survey of the relevant problems and issues in the rapidly growing area of geometric eduevazquez.com: Gerald Farin.