Tessellation, Fairing, Shape Design, and Trimming Techniques for Subdivision Surface Based Modeling

Grants and Contracts Details


The objective of the proposed research is to develop necessary geometric algorithms and design technologies that support suhdivision surface based modeling in CAD/CAM applications. We will espedally focus on developing tessellation, automatic fairing, shape design and trimming techniques for subdivision surfaces. Development of these algorithms/technologies is critical because they are the building blocks of many subdivision surface based modeling operations and, hence, are needed by any of the CAD / CAM systems that intends to include subdivision surfaces as the next generation surface representation for CADjCAM applications.
Effective start/end date9/1/048/31/08


  • National Science Foundation: $300,000.00


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