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- Boris Springborn, Peter Schröder, Ulrich Pinkall
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2008

We present a new algorithm for conformal mesh parameterization. It is based on a precise notion of <i>discrete conformal equivalence</i> for triangle meshes which mimics the notion of conformal equivalence for smooth surfaces. The problem of finding a flat mesh that is discretely conformally equivalent to a given mesh can be solved efficiently by minimizing… (More)

- Liliya Kharevych, Boris Springborn, Peter Schröder
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2005

We introduce a novel method for the construction of discrete conformal mappings from surface meshes of arbitrary topology to the plane. Our approach is based on <i>circle patterns</i>, that is, arrangements of circles---one for each face---with prescribed intersection angles. Given these angles, the circle radii follow as the unique minimizer of a convex… (More)

- Alexander I. Bobenko, Boris Springborn
- Discrete & Computational Geometry
- 2007

We define a discrete Laplace-Beltrami operator for simplicial surfaces (Definition 16). It depends only on the intrinsic geometry of the surface and its edge weights are positive. Our Laplace operator is similar to the well known finite-elements Laplacian (the so called “cotan formula”) except that it is based on the intrinsic Delaunay triangulation of the… (More)

The subject of this paper is a special class of configurations, or patterns, of intersecting circles in constant curvature surfaces. The combinatorial aspect of such a pattern is described by a cellular decomposition of the surface. The faces of the cellular decomposition correspond to circles and the vertices correspond to points where circles intersect.… (More)

The theory of polyhedral surfaces and, more generally, the field of discrete differential geometry are presently emerging on the border of differential and discrete geometry. Whereas classical differential geometry investigates smooth geometric shapes (such as surfaces), and discrete geometry studies geometric shapes with a finite number of elements… (More)

We use a variational principle to prove an existence and uniqueness theorem for planar weighted Delaunay triangulations (with non-intersecting site-circles) with prescribed combinatorial type and circle intersection angles. Such weighted Delaunay triangulations may be interpreted as images of hyperbolic polyhedra with one vertex on and the remaining… (More)

- Matthew Fisher, Boris Springborn, Peter Schröder, Alexander I. Bobenko
- Computing
- 2006

The discrete Laplace-Beltrami operator plays a prominent role in many Digital Geometry Processing applications ranging from denoising to parameterization, editing, and physical simulation. The standard discretization uses the cotangents of the angles in the immersed mesh which leads to a variety of numerical problems. We advocate use of the intrinsic… (More)

- Alexander I. Bobenko, Tatyana V.Pavlyukevich, Boris A. Springborn
- 2002

For minimal surfaces in R there is a representation, due to Weierstrass, in terms of holomorphic data. The Gauss-Codazzi equations for minimal surfaces in R are equivalent to those for surfaces in hyperbolic space with constant mean curvature 1 (CMC-1 surfaces). This lead Bryant [Br] to derive a representation for CMC-1 surfaces in terms of holomorphic… (More)

A Delaunay cell decomposition of a surface with constant curvature gives rise to a circle pattern, consisting of the circles which are circumscribed to the facets. We treat the problem whether there exists a Delaunay cell decomposition for a given (topological) cell decomposition and given intersection angles of the circles, whether it is unique and how it… (More)

It is known that for each combinatorial type of convex 3-dimensional polyhedra, there is a representative with edges tangent to the unit sphere. This representative is unique up to projective transformations that fix the unit sphere. We show that there is a unique representative (up to congruence) with edges tangent to the unit sphere such that the origin… (More)