Some New Results on Subdivision Algorithms for Meshes of Arbitrary Topology

@inproceedings{Reif1995SomeNR,
  title={Some New Results on Subdivision Algorithms for Meshes of Arbitrary Topology},
  author={Ulrich Reif},
  year={1995}
}
We present a uniied approach to subdivision algorithms for meshes of arbitrary topology admitting a rigorous analysis of the generated limit surfaces. A generalized suucient criterion for generating tangent plane continuous surfaces is provided. In particular, it applies to complex eigenvalues and also shows that the so-called double dominant eigenvalue condition, which was supposed to be indispensable so far, is not substantial. x1 Introduction In this paper we give a review of the approach… CONTINUE READING

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