Franco Morando

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In our previous work [2], we have shown that a non-manifold, mixed-dimensional object described by simplicial complexes can be decomposed in a unique way into regular components, all belonging to a well-understood class. Based on such decomposition, we define here a two-level topological data structure for representing non-manifold objects in any dimension:(More)
We consider the problem of transmitting huge triangle meshes in the context of a Web-like client-server architecture. Approximations of the original mesh are transmitted by applying selective reenement. A multiresolution geometric model is maintained by the server. A client may query the server for a mesh at an arbitrary, continuously variable, level of(More)
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