conference paper
Algebraic decomposition of non-convex polyhedra
published
yes
Herbert
Edelsbrunner
author 3FB178DA-F248-11E8-B48F-1D18A9856A870000-0002-9823-6833
FOCS: Foundations of Computer Science
Any arbitrary polyhedron P contained as a subset within Rd can be written as algebraic sum of simple terms, each an integer multiple of the intersection of d or fewer half-spaces defined by facets of P. P can be non-convex and can have holes of any kind. Among the consequences of this result are a short boolean formula for P, a fast parallel algorithm for point classification, and a new proof of the Gram-Sommerville angle relation.
IEEE1995Milwaukee, WI, United States of America
eng
Proceedings of IEEE 36th Annual Foundations of Computer Science
0272-5428
248 - 257
yes
Edelsbrunner H. Algebraic decomposition of non-convex polyhedra. In: <i>Proceedings of IEEE 36th Annual Foundations of Computer Science</i>. IEEE; 1995:248-257.
Edelsbrunner H. 1995. Algebraic decomposition of non-convex polyhedra. Proceedings of IEEE 36th Annual Foundations of Computer Science. FOCS: Foundations of Computer Science, 248–257.
H. Edelsbrunner, “Algebraic decomposition of non-convex polyhedra,” in <i>Proceedings of IEEE 36th Annual Foundations of Computer Science</i>, Milwaukee, WI, United States of America, 1995, pp. 248–257.
Edelsbrunner, Herbert. “Algebraic Decomposition of Non-Convex Polyhedra.” <i>Proceedings of IEEE 36th Annual Foundations of Computer Science</i>, IEEE, 1995, pp. 248–57.
H. Edelsbrunner, in:, Proceedings of IEEE 36th Annual Foundations of Computer Science, IEEE, 1995, pp. 248–257.
Edelsbrunner, Herbert. “Algebraic Decomposition of Non-Convex Polyhedra.” In <i>Proceedings of IEEE 36th Annual Foundations of Computer Science</i>, 248–57. IEEE, 1995.
Edelsbrunner, H. (1995). Algebraic decomposition of non-convex polyhedra. In <i>Proceedings of IEEE 36th Annual Foundations of Computer Science</i> (pp. 248–257). Milwaukee, WI, United States of America: IEEE.
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