Right Triangular Irregular Networks

@inproceedings{Kirkpatrick1997RightTI,
  title={Right Triangular Irregular Networks},
  author={David Kirkpatrick},
  year={1997}
}
We describe a hierarchical data structure for representing a digital terrain (height eld) which contains approximations of the terrain at diierent levels of detail. The approximations are based on triangulations of the underlying two-dimensional space using right-angled triangles. The methods we discuss allow the approximation to precisely represent the surface in certain areas while coarsely approximating the surface in others. Thus, for example, the area close to an observer may be… CONTINUE READING

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