Progressive Gap Closing for Mesh Repairing

@inproceedings{Borodin2002ProgressiveGC,
  title={Progressive Gap Closing for Mesh Repairing},
  author={Pavel M Borodin and Marcin Novotni and Reinhard Klein},
  year={2002}
}
Modern 3D acquisition and modeling tools generate high-quality, detailed geometric models. However, in order to cope with the associated complexity, several mesh decimation methods have been developed in the recent years. On the other hand, a common problem of geometric modeling tools is the generation of consistent three-dimensional meshes. Most of these programs output meshes containing degenerate faces, T-vertices, narrow gaps and cracks. Applying well-established decimation methods to such… CONTINUE READING
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