Euclidean position in Euclidean 2-orbifolds

Abstract

Intuitively, a set of sites on a surface is in Euclidean position if points are so close to each other that planar algorithms can be easily adapted in order to solve most of the classical problems in Computational Geometry. In this work we formalize a definition of the term “Euclidean position” for a relevant class of metric spaces, the Euclidean 2… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.comgeo.2003.07.004

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