On finding the convex hull of a simple polygon

@article{Lee2004OnFT,
title={On finding the convex hull of a simple polygon},
author={D. T. Lee},
journal={International Journal of Computer \& Information Sciences},
year={2004},
volume={12},
pages={87-98}
}
• D. Lee
• Published 1 April 1983
• Mathematics, Computer Science
• International Journal of Computer & Information Sciences
In this paper we present a linear time algorithm for finding the convex hull of a simple polygon. Compared to the result of McCallum and Avis, our algorithm requires only one stack, instead of two, and runs more efficiently.
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