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Discrete geometry for computer imagery : 9th international conference, DGCI 2000, Uppsala, Sweden, December 2000 : proceedings

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Discrete geometry for computer imagery : 9th international conference, DGCI 2000, Uppsala, Sweden, December 2000 : proceedings
Original Title Discrete geometry for computer imagery : 9th international conference, DGCI 2000, Uppsala, Sweden, December 2000 : proceedings
Author DGCI 2000 (2000 : Uppsala, Sweden), Borgefors, Gunilla, Nyström, Ingela, 1967-, Sanniti di Baja, Gabriella
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Topics Computer graphics, Discrete geometry
Publisher Berlin , New York : Springer
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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Submit Date December 30, 2015
Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 9th InternationalConference,DGCI 2000 Uppsala,Sweden,December 13–15,2000 Proceedings
Author: Gunilla Borgefors, Ingela Nyström, Gabriella Sanniti di Baja
Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg
ISBN: 978-3-540-41396-7
DOI: 10.1007/3-540-44438-6

Table of Contents:

  • Homotopy in Digital Spaces
  • Tesselations by Connection in Orders
  • A Concise Characterization of 3D Simple Points
  • Digital n-Pseudomanifold and n-Weakmanifold in a Binary (n + 1)-Digital Image
  • Digital Jordan Curve Theorems
  • A New Means for Investigating 3-Manifolds
  • Nearness in Digital Images and Proximity Spaces
  • Morphological Operators with Discrete Line Segments
  • Hausdorff Discretizations of Algebraic Sets and Diophantine Sets
  • An Algorithm for Reconstructing Special Lattice Sets from Their Approximate X-Rays
  • A Question of Digital Linear Algebra
  • Reconstruction of Discrete Sets with Absorption
  • Some Properties of Hyperbolic Networks
  • The Reconstruction of the Digital Hyperbola Segment from Its Code
  • Determining Visible Points in a Three-Dimensional Discrete Space
  • Extended Reeb Graphs for Surface Understanding and Description
  • Euclidean Nets: An Automatic and Reversible Geometric Smoothing of Discrete 3D Object Boundaries
  • Object Discretization in Higher Dimensions
  • Strong Thinning and Polyhedrization of the Surface of a Voxel Object
  • Deformable Modeling for Characterizing Biomedical Shape Changes

Includes bibliographical references

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