Nikolaos C. Gabrielides

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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 <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 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 problems,(More)
Gerald Farin was born on March 20, 1953, and passed away on January 14, 2016. The authors of this note feel that his contributions to CAD and CAGD are so extensive andmultifaceted that they deserve this special ‘‘tribute’’. Correctly, R. Sarraga emphasizes (in Section 1) Gerald Farin’s great contribution to the development of the new scientific field of(More)
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