“Discrete Differential Geometry: An Applied Introduction” by Desbrun and Schröder

  • ©Mathieu Desbrun and Peter Schröder

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Entry Number: 14

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    Discrete Differential Geometry: An Applied Introduction

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    Prerequisites
    A basic background in vector calculus and familiarity with triangle meshes.

    Intended Audience
    Graduate students, researchers, and application developers who seek a unified understanding of the mathematics underlying common geometry-processing operations and how these fundamentals apply to problems such as Laplacian smoothing, surface fairing using prescribed curvature flow, remeshing, conformal parameterization, cloth/shell simulation, and fluid flow.

    Description
    An introduction to fundamentals of discrete differential geometry. This new and elegant area of mathematics has exciting applications, as this course demonstrates in practical examples of surface fairing, parameterization, cloth/shell simulation, and fluid flow.

     

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