3DConvexHulls - A brief and sketchy intro to 3D Convex...

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Haga clic para modificar el estilo de subtítulo del patrón 4/2/11 A brief and sketchy intro to Rodrigo Silveira GEOC 2010/11 - Q2
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4/2/11 Convex hulls in 3D CH of set of points in 3D: (convex) polytope 2D: CH of n points…. at most n vertices at most n edges 22
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4/2/11 Representation 2D: CH is a polygon Easy to store and maintain: vertex array/list 3D: Polytope More than a list of vertices! Graph of facets, edges, and vertices 33
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4/2/11 Representation Example Incidence graphs 44
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4/2/11 Incremental algorithm Same principle than in 2D Initialize CH to CH of the first (3+1)=4 points Incremental step Take next point, p , and insert it Trick: treat points in order by x-coordinate Then the next point is always outside previous CH Also works in 2D! 55
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4/2/11 Computing CH(Pi U {p})
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2011 for the course MA GEOC taught by Professor Julianpleife during the Spring '11 term at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.

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