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CAD
2008
Springer
8 years 11 months ago
Towards flattenable mesh surfaces
In many industries, products are constructed by assembled surface patches in 3, where each patch is expected to have an isometric map to a corresponding region in 2. The widely in...
Charlie C. L. Wang
SMI
2008
IEEE
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9 years 5 months ago
A least-norm approach to flattenable mesh surface processing
Following the definition of developable surface in differential geometry, the flattenable mesh surface, a special type of piecewiselinear surface, inherits the good property of ...
Charlie C. L. Wang
CAD
2005
Springer
8 years 11 months ago
Freeform surface flattening based on fitting a woven mesh model
This paper presents a robust and efficient surface flattening approach based on fitting a woven-like mesh model on a 3D freeform surface. The fitting algorithm is based on tendon ...
Charlie C. L. Wang, Kai Tang, Benjamin M. L. Yeung
CAD
2004
Springer
8 years 11 months ago
Reduce the stretch in surface flattening by finding cutting paths to the surface boundary
This paper presents a method for finding cutting paths on a 3D triangular mesh surface to reduce the stretch in the flattened surface. The cutting paths link the surface boundary ...
Charlie C. L. Wang, Yu Wang 0010, Kai Tang, Matthe...
CVPR
2005
IEEE
1158views Computer Vision» more  CVPR 2005»
10 years 1 months ago
Flattening Curved Documents in Images
Compared to scanned images, document pictures captured by camera can suffer from distortions due to perspective and page warping. It is necessary to restore a frontal planar view ...
Jian Liang, Daniel DeMenthon, David S. Doermann
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