“Freeform curve generation by recursive subdivision of polygonal strip complexes”

  • ©Ahmad Nasri



Interest Area:

    Modeling / Geometry


    Freeform curve generation by recursive subdivision of polygonal strip complexes

Session/Category Title:   Hard Core Modeling



    A new method for designing freeform curves by recursive subdivision of polygonal complexes and some of its applications in computer-aided geometric design and computer graphics such as physically based animation, shape control, interpolation of meshes or curves, and trimming of surfaces.


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    3. A. Nasri. Curve Interpolation In Recursively Generated B-Spline Surfaces Over Arbitrary Topology, CAGD, 14(1), 1997.
    4. A. Nasri. Interpolating Meshes of Curves By Subdivision Surfaces,TR-10/97, American University of Beriut, 1997.
    5. A. Nasri. Recursive Subdivision of Polygonal Complexes and Its Applications, in CAGD, sub- mitted for publication.

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