“Gigantic Deformable Surfaces”

  • ©Ben Houston, Michael B. Nielsen, Christopher Batty, Ola Nilsson, and Ken Museth

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    Gigantic Deformable Surfaces

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    In this sketch, we introduce the Compact RLE Level Set. This representation is new structure that combines the benefits of the two previously presented sparse regular level set representations: the versatile RLE Sparse Level set of [Houston et al. 2004] and the near-optimally efficient DT-Grid of [Nielsen and Museth 2005]. We then present many important applications for computer graphics.

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    Houston, B., Wiebe, M., and Batty, C. 2004. RLE sparse level sets. In Proc. SIGGRAPH 2004 on Sketches & Applications, ACM Press, ACM.
    Mauch, S. 2000. A fast algorithm for computing the closest point and distance transform, http://www.acm.caltech.edu/seanm/software/cpt/cpt.pdf.
    Nielsen, M. B., and Museth, K. 2005. Dynamic Tubular Grid: An efficient data structure and algorithms for high resolution level sets. Journal of Scientific Computing.


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