This ebook covers combinatorial information buildings and algorithms, algebraic concerns in geometric computing, approximation of curves and surfaces, and computational topology. each one bankruptcy totally information and offers an instructional advent to special strategies and effects. the point of interest is on tools that are either good based mathematically and effective in perform. insurance contains references to open resource software program and dialogue of capability purposes of the offered techniques.
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