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Compression of Large 3D Engineering Models using Automatic Discovery of Repeating Geometric Features

@inproceedings{Shikhare2001CompressionOL,
  title={Compression of Large 3D Engineering Models using Automatic Discovery of Repeating Geometric Features},
  author={Dinesh Shikhare and Sushil Bhakar and Sudhir P. Mudur},
  booktitle={VMV},
  year={2001}
}
In this paper, we present a new geometry compression technique particularly suitable for 3D mesh models of engineering class ‐ architectural models, machine plants, factories, etc. We observe that such models have a number of repeating features at various levels of granularity. In most of the widely available models in this class, the geometric description of such features are also repeated. A major distinctive aspect of our compression technique is that repeating geometric features in the… 

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