Cheng, Ho-Lun; Edelsbrunner, HerbertIST Austria ; Fu, Ping
The construction of shape spaces is studied from a mathematical and a computational viewpoint. A program is outlined reducing the problem to four tasks: the representation of geometry, the canonical deformation of geometry, the measuring of distance in shape space, and the selection of base shapes. The technical part of this paper focuses on the second task: the specification of a deformation mixing two or more shapes in continuously, changing proportions.
This research is partially supported by the National Science Foundation under grants CCR-96-19542 and CCR-97-12088, and by the Army Research O*ce under grant DAAG55-98-1-0177.
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Cheng H, Edelsbrunner H, Fu P. Shape space from deformation. In: IEEE; 1998:104-113. doi:10.1109/PCCGA.1998.732056
Cheng, H., Edelsbrunner, H., & Fu, P. (1998). Shape space from deformation (pp. 104–113). Presented at the CGA: Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications , IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/PCCGA.1998.732056
Cheng, Ho, Herbert Edelsbrunner, and Ping Fu. “Shape Space from Deformation,” 104–13. IEEE, 1998. https://doi.org/10.1109/PCCGA.1998.732056.
H. Cheng, H. Edelsbrunner, and P. Fu, “Shape space from deformation,” presented at the CGA: Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications , 1998, pp. 104–113.
Cheng H, Edelsbrunner H, Fu P. 1998. Shape space from deformation. CGA: Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications 104–113.
Cheng, Ho, et al. Shape Space from Deformation. IEEE, 1998, pp. 104–13, doi:10.1109/PCCGA.1998.732056.