#### Filter Results:

#### Publication Year

1995

2016

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Publication Venue

#### Key Phrases

Learn More

This paper proposes a framework for constructing <i>G</i><sup>1</sup> surfaces that interpolate data points on parallel cross sections, consisting of simple disjoined and non-nested contours, the number of which may vary from plane to plane. Using appropriately estimated cross tangent vectors at the given points, we split the problem into a sequence of… (More)

This paper proposes a framework for constructing G 1 surfaces that interpolate data points on parallel cross sections, consisting of simple disjoined and non-nested contours, the number of which may vary from plane to plane. Using appropriately estimated cross tangent vectors at the given points, we split the problem into a sequence of local Hermite… (More)

This paper proposes a framework for constructing G 1 surfaces that interpolate data points on parallel cross sections, consisting of simple disjoined and non-nested contours, the number of which may vary from plane to plane. Using appropriately estimated cross tangent vectors at the given points, we split the problem into a sequence of local Hermite… (More)

- A I Ginnis, P D Kaklis, N C Gabrielides, F Fontanella, K Jetter, P.-J Laurent
- 1995

This work deals with the problem of constructing sectional-curvature preserving (scp) C 2-continuous surfaces, which interpolate point-sets lying on planes perpendicular to a three-dimensional spine curve. The proposed method of solution employs skinning surfaces, whose skeletal lines and blending functions belong to a special family of polynomial splines… (More)

- ‹
- 1
- ›