Algorithm 624: Triangulation and Interpolation at Arbitrarily Distributed Points in the Plane

@article{Renka1984Algorithm6T,
  title={Algorithm 624: Triangulation and Interpolation at Arbitrarily Distributed Points in the Plane},
  author={Robert J. Renka},
  journal={ACM Trans. Math. Softw.},
  year={1984},
  volume={10},
  pages={440-442}
}
This algorithm is a 1966 American National Standard FORTRAN implementation of the methods discussed in [1] and [2]. The software consists of a set of triangulation modules (which have application in problems other than interpolation) and a set of interpolation modules that require the triangulation routines. The triangulation software constructs a Thiessen triangulatiofi of a set of N nodes (x,, y,), i = 1 . . . . . N, arbitrarily distributed in the x-y plane. Only 7N storage locations are… CONTINUE READING
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