Discretizing Wachspress kernels is safe


Barycentric coordinates were introduced by Möbius in 1827 as an alternative to Cartesian coordinates. They describe points relative to the vertices of a simplex and are commonly used to express the linear interpolant of data given at these vertices. Generalized barycentric coordinates and kernels extend this idea from simplices to polyhedra and smooth… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cagd.2017.02.015


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