silhouettes, polar curves, blend curves, inversion, implicitization, offset curves, singularities
CAGD draws from several branches of mathematics and computer science, such as approximation theory, differential geometry, and numerical analysis. This chapter reviews some of the tools of algebra and algebraic geometry that have been brought to bear on problems in CAGD.
Original Publication Citation
T. W. Sederberg and J. Zheng, "Algebraic methods for computer aided geometric design," Chapter 15 in Handbook of Computer Aided Geometric Design, G. Farn, J. Hoschek, and M.-S. Kim, eds., Elsevier, 22.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Sederberg, Thomas W. and Zheng, Jianmin, "Algebraic Methods for Computer Aided Geometric Design" (2002). All Faculty Publications. 5.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
© 2002 Elsevier. The book may be found at https://eselect.elsevier.com/e-book/handbook-of-computer-aided-geometric-design-prod3482.html.
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