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Curvature-adaptive and Feature-sensitive Isotropic Surface Remeshing

Fuhrmann, Simon (2009):
Curvature-adaptive and Feature-sensitive Isotropic Surface Remeshing.
Darmstadt, TU, Master Thesis, 2009, [Master Thesis]

Abstract

The issue of surface remeshing aims at creating a new triangular discretization for a given input mesh with respect to certain quality characteristics, i.e. the task is to improve mesh quality in some sense. The need for remeshing is induced by the fact that raw meshes, e.g. those resulting from an automated scanning process, are rarely suited for further processing. This also holds for typical CAD models with a lot of degenerated triangles, which makes it almost impossible to get reliable simulation results for these meshes without reparation. The discipline of remeshing has a long history and an abundance of techniques has been proposed over time. However, the recent success of relaxation-based methods shows a clear trend in high-quality mesh generation. In this work a general framework for relaxation-based remeshing is presented, applicable to a wide range of models and published as free application for the scientific community.

Item Type: Master Thesis
Erschienen: 2009
Creators: Fuhrmann, Simon
Title: Curvature-adaptive and Feature-sensitive Isotropic Surface Remeshing
Language: English
Abstract:

The issue of surface remeshing aims at creating a new triangular discretization for a given input mesh with respect to certain quality characteristics, i.e. the task is to improve mesh quality in some sense. The need for remeshing is induced by the fact that raw meshes, e.g. those resulting from an automated scanning process, are rarely suited for further processing. This also holds for typical CAD models with a lot of degenerated triangles, which makes it almost impossible to get reliable simulation results for these meshes without reparation. The discipline of remeshing has a long history and an abundance of techniques has been proposed over time. However, the recent success of relaxation-based methods shows a clear trend in high-quality mesh generation. In this work a general framework for relaxation-based remeshing is presented, applicable to a wide range of models and published as free application for the scientific community.

Uncontrolled Keywords: Surface meshing, Surface parameterization, Mesh simplification, Mesh refinement, Subdivision surfaces
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Date Deposited: 12 Nov 2018 11:16
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