Matthew M. Pohlman

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We present a new method for construction of high-order parametrizations of surfaces: starting from point clouds, the method we propose can be used to produce full surface parametrizations (by sets of local charts, each one representing a large surface patch – which, typically, contains thousands of the points in the original point-cloud) for complex(More)
In this thesis, we introduce a new, fast, high-order method for scattering by inhomogeneous media in three dimensions. As in previously existing methods, the low (O(N logN)) complexity of our integral equation method is obtained through extensive use of the fast Fourier transform (FFT) in evaluating the required convolutions. Unlike previous FFTbased(More)
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