Cecilia Bohler

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Voronoi diagrams are a well-studied data structure of proximity information, and although most cases require Ω(n log n) construction time, it is interesting and useful to develop linear-time algorithms for certain Voronoi diagrams. For example, the Voronoi diagram of points in convex position, and the medial axis and constrained Voronoi diagram of a simple(More)
Given a set of n sites in the plane, the order-k Voronoi diagram is a planar subdivision such that all points in a region share the same k nearest sites. The order-k Voronoi diagram arises for the k-nearest-neighbor problem, and there has been a lot of work for point sites in the Euclidean metric. In this paper, we study order-k Voronoi diagrams defined by(More)
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