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CAD
2008
Springer
8 years 3 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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8 years 9 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 3 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
2002
Springer
8 years 3 months ago
Surface flattening based on energy model
This paper presents a method for three-dimensional surface flattening, which can be efficiently used in threedimensional computer aided garment design. First, facet model is used ...
Charlie C. L. Wang, Shana S.-F. Smith, Matthew Min...
CAD
2004
Springer
8 years 3 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...
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