A mathematical proof of how fast the diameters of a triangle mesh tend to zero after repeated trisection

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A mathematical proof of how fast the diameters of a triangle mesh tend to zero after repeated trisection Francisco Perdomo a,b, Ángel Plaza a,b,∗, Eduardo Quevedo c, José P. Suárez a,d a Division of Mathematics, Graphics and Computation (MAGiC). IUMA, Information and Communication Systems, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC), Spain b Department of Mathematics, (ULPGC), Spain c Department of Electronic and Automatic Engineering, ULPGC, Spain d Department of Cartography and Graphic Engineering, ULPGC, Spain

DOI: 10.1016/j.matcom.2014.08.002

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@article{Perdomo2014AMP, title={A mathematical proof of how fast the diameters of a triangle mesh tend to zero after repeated trisection}, author={Francisco Perdomo and Angel Plaza and Eduardo Quevedo and Jos{\'e} P. Su{\'a}rez}, journal={Mathematics and Computers in Simulation}, year={2014}, volume={106}, pages={95-108} }