This book spans the distance between algebraic descriptions of geometric objects and the rendering of digital geometric shapes based on algebraic models. These contrasting points of view inspire a thorough analysis of the key challenges and how they are met. The articles focus on important classes of problems: implicitization, classification, and intersection. Combining illustrative graphics, computations and review articles this book helps the reader gain a firm practical grasp of these subjects.
Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering <P>Inspires a thorough comparative analysis of algebraic geometry and digital modeling</P> <P>Focuses on implicitization, classification, and intersection</P> <P>Helps the reader gain a firm practical
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