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An Efficient Query Structure for Mesh Refinement

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An Efficient Query Structure for Mesh Refinement
We are interested in the following mesh refinement problem: given an input set of points P in Rd , we would like to produce a good-quality triangulation by adding new points in P. Algorithms for mesh refinement are typically incremental: they compute the Delaunay triangulation of the input, and insert points one by one. However, retriangulating after each insertion can take linear time. In this work we develop a query structure that maintains the mesh without paying the full cost of retriangulating. Assuming that the meshing algorithm processes bad-quality elements in increasing order of their size, our structure allows inserting new points and computing a restriction of the Voronoi cell of a point, both in constant time.
Benoît Hudson, Duru Türkoglu
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where CCCG
Authors Benoît Hudson, Duru Türkoglu
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