Sinh Van Nguyen

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Processing surfaces with data coming from an automatic acquisition technique always generates the problem of unorganized 3D point sets or presence of geometric deficiencies (i.e. in some regions of the surface, the obtained data points are sparse or without containing any points). It leads to what we call "holes", and a mandatory surface reconstruction(More)
This paper considers the case of transmitting and receiving a continuous phase signal whose amplitude is degraded by an unknown uniformly distributed real signal. Therefore, the receiver does not have the knowledge of the instantaneous amplitude. In such context, this study is aimed at calculating an approximately transmission rate of the continuous phase(More)
Filling the holes of a triangular mesh has been studied for many years in the field of geometric modeling. This research is one of the reconstructing steps of a triangular mesh (or called refinement of a mesh) in order to improve the quality of a 3D triangular surface. With the same idea of hole filling in a mesh, filling in the holes of a 3D point cloud is(More)
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