Relaxed Scheduling in Dynamic Skin Triangulation

@article{Edelsbrunner2002RelaxedSI,
  title={Relaxed Scheduling in Dynamic Skin Triangulation},
  author={Herbert Edelsbrunner and Alper {\"U}ng{\"o}r},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2002},
  volume={cs.CG/0302031}
}
We introduce relaxed scheduling as a paradigm for mesh maintenance and demonstrate its applicability to triangulating a skin surface in ℝ3. 

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