John R. Arkinstall

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Bezier curves (BC) have become fundamental tools in many challenging and varied applications, ranging from computer aided geometric design to generic object shape descriptors. A major limitation of the classical Bezier curve however, is that only global information about its control points (CP) is considered, so there can often be a large gap between the(More)
The Bezier curve is fundamental to many challenging and practical applications, ranging from computer aided geometric design and postscript font representations through to generic object shape descriptors and surface representation. A drawback of the Bezier curve however, is that it only considers global information about the control points, so there is(More)
Gour C. Karmakar, Laurence S. Dooley, and John Arkinstall Bezier curves (BC) have become fundamental tools in many challenging and varied applications, ranging from computer aided geometric design to generic object shape descriptors. A major limitation of the classical Bezier curve however, is that only global information about its control points (CP) is(More)
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