Meshes

Thursday, 3 August
8:30 - 10:15 am
Hall B2
Session Chair: Joe Warren, Rice University

Modified Subdivision Surfaces With Continuous Curvature
A simple algorithm that modifies Catmull Clark surfaces near extraordinary points. The modified surfaces are C2-continuous and exhibit better curvature behavior.

Adi Levin
Cadent Ltd.


Edge Subdivision Schemes and the Construction of Smooth Vector Fields
An intrinsic method of generating smooth 1-forms/vector fields through edge subdivision on simplicial surfaces of arbitrary topology. The method integrates well with subdivision surfaces and has a simple and intuitive design methodology.

Ke Wang
Weiwei
Yiying Tong
Mathieu Desbrun
Peter Schröder
California Institute of Technology


Streaming Computation of Delaunay Triangulations
Adding spatial finalization tags to a point stream enables fast out-of-core Delaunay triangulation. On a household laptop, this method triangulates 500 million points into a billion-triangle terrain in one hour using 100 MB memory.

Martin Isenburg
University of California, Berkeley

Yuanxin Liu
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Jonathan Shewchuk
University of California, Berkeley

Jack Snoeyink
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Spectral Surface Quadrangulation
SSQ automatically converts triangulated surfaces into meshes composed exclusively of quadrilaterals and very few extraordinary points. It does this by extracting the Morse-Smale complex of a carefully chosen Laplacian eigenvector.

Shen Dong
Peer-Timo Bremer
Michael Garland
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Valerio Pascucci
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

John C. Hart
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign