Curve and Surface Basics

@inproceedings{Piegl1997CurveAS,
  title={Curve and Surface Basics},
  author={Les A. Piegl and Wayne Tiller},
  year={1997}
}
The two most common methods of representing curves and surfaces in geometric modeling are implicit equations and parametric functions. 

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