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dc.creatorRuíz S., Óscar E.
dc.creatorCadavid, Carlos A.
dc.creatorGranados, Miguel
dc.creatorPeña, Sebastián
dc.creatorVásquez, Eliana
dc.date.available2016-11-18T22:52:39Z
dc.date.issued2003
dc.identifier.citation@Inproceedings{2003_Ruiz_Usage, title={Usage of 2D region similarity for surface reconstrucion from planar samples. S.I.A.M.}, author={Ruiz, O. and Cadavid, C. and Granados, M. and Vasquez, E. and Pena, S.}, booktitle={Simposium on Industry-Applied Mathematics, Conference on Geometric Design and Computing }, address={Washington, USA}, year={2003}, }spa
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10784/9724
dc.descriptionIn surface reconstruction from planar slices it is necessary to build surfaces between corresponding 2D regions in consecutive levels -- The problem has been traditionally attacked with (i) direct reconstruction based on local geometric proximity between the regions, and (ii) classification of topological events between the slices, which control the evolution of the cross cuts -- These approaches have been separately applied with mixed success -- In the case (i), the results may be surfaces with over-stretched or unnatural branches, resulting from a local contour proximity which does not correspond to global similarity between regions -- In (ii), the consequences from topological events upon the actual surface realization have not been drawn -- In this paper an integration of (i) and (ii) is presented, which uses a criteria of similarity between composed 2D regions in consecutive slices to: (a) decide if a surface should actually relate those regions, (b) identify the topological transitions between levels and (c) construct the local surface for the related regions -- The method implemented hinders over-stretched and unnatural branches, therefore rendering a surface which adjusts to geometrically-sound topological events -- This is a good alternative when the surface reconstructed needs to be topologically faithful (for example in flow simulation) in addition to represent the a rough geometrical space (for example in radiation planning)spa
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dc.language.isoengspa
dc.relation.ispartofProceedings of the Simposium on Industry-Applied Mathematics, Conference on Geometric Design and Computing, 2003spa
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccesseng
dc.subjectReconstrucción superficialspa
dc.subjectDiagramas de Voronoispa
dc.subjectSimilitud geométricaspa
dc.subjectGráficas de Reebspa
dc.titleUsage of 2D Region Similarity For Surface Reconstruction From Planar Samplesspa
dc.typeconferenceObjecteng
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObjecteng
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersioneng
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dc.subject.lembTOPOLOGÍAspa
dc.subject.lembSISTEMAS DE REPRESENTACIÓN TRIDIMENSIONALspa
dc.subject.lembPROGRAMACIÓN HEURÍSTICAspa
dc.subject.lembMATRICES (MATEMÁTICAS)spa
dc.subject.lembGRÁFICOS POR COMPUTADORspa
dc.type.spaDocumento de conferenciaspa
dc.subject.keywordTopologyspa
dc.subject.keywordThree-dimensional display systemsspa
dc.subject.keywordHeuristic programmingspa
dc.subject.keywordMatricesspa
dc.subject.keywordComputer graphicsspa
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dc.date.accessioned2016-11-18T22:52:39Z
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