On the completeness and conversion of ray representations of arbitrary solids

@inproceedings{Menon1995OnTC,
  title={On the completeness and conversion of ray representations of arbitrary solids},
  author={Jai Menon and Herbert B. Voelcker},
  booktitle={Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications},
  year={1995}
}
A ray representation (ray-rep) of a solid is a set of line segments that lie inside the solid, obtained by classifying a grid of parallel lines with respect to the solid. Enhanced rayreps contain tags, which are symbolic data associated with each line segment. Tags may carry properties of the interior of a solid or may descrilx characteristics of a solid’s txrundary locaf to a segment’s endpoint. Ray-reps, enhanced or not, are proving to be powerful tools in attacking some difficult… CONTINUE READING

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