Geometric surface smoothing via anisotropic diffusion of normals

@article{Tasdizen2002GeometricSS,
  title={Geometric surface smoothing via anisotropic diffusion of normals},
  author={Tolga Tasdizen and Ross T. Whitaker and Paul Burchard and Stanley Osher},
  journal={IEEE Visualization, 2002. VIS 2002.},
  year={2002},
  pages={125-132}
}
This paper introduces a method for smoothing complex, noisy surfaces, while preserving (and enhancing) sharp, geometric features. It has two main advantages over previous approaches to feature preserving surface smoothing. First is the use of level set surface models, which allows us to process very complex shapes of arbitrary and changing topology. This generality makes it well suited for processing surfaces that are derived directly from measured data. The second advantage is that the… CONTINUE READING
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