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Combinatorial surface reconstruction


Surface reconstruction is, by now, a classic problem in computational
geometry. However, all existing algorithms require the surface to
be embedded in R^3. We propose an incremental algorithm which
allows the surface to be of arbitrary codimension. This development allows
for the reconstruction of the class of non-orientable surfaces.


Faculty: Daniel Freedman




D. Freedman. An incremental algorithm for reconstruction of surfaces
of arbitrary codimension. Accepted to Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications.


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