“Surface reconstruction from unorganized points” by Hoppe, DeRose, Duchamp, McDonald Jr. and Stuetzle

  • ©Hugues Hoppe, Tony DeRose, Tom Duchamp, John McDonald Jr., and Werner Stuetzle




    Surface reconstruction from unorganized points



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