Computational Geometry Proceedings of the 19th ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry, June 810, 2003 , San Diego, CA, USA. ACM 2003, ISBN 1-58113-663-3 http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/conf/compgeom/index.html
Discrete & Computational Geometry An international journal on discrete geometry, from both the combinatorial and computational points of view. http://www.springer.com/mathematics/numbers/journal/454
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Computational Geometry CS 274 Computational Geometry. Jonathan Shewchuk Spring 2003 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 330500 pm Beginning January 21 405 Soda Hall Synopsis Constructive problems in computational http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~jrs/274s03/
Extractions: 405 Soda Hall Synopsis: Constructive problems in computational geometry: convex hulls, triangulations, Voronoi diagrams, Delaunay triangulations, arrangements of lines and hyperplanes, subdivisions. Relationships among these problems. Techniques in computational geometry: data structures, incremental construction, divide-and-conquer algorithms, randomized algorithms, backward analysis, geometric robustness. Line segment intersection, planar subdivisions, spatial search trees, visibility graphs, small-dimensional linear programming. Applications: Nearest neighbor search; triangulation for graphics, interpolation, and terrain modeling; database queries, point locations queries, and windowing queries; collision detection; discrepancy and sampling in ray tracing; robot motion planning; cartography; art gallery theorems. Here is Homework 1 Homework 2 Homework 3 Homework 4 , and Homework 5 The best related sites: David Eppstein 's Geometry in Action and Geometry Junkyard Jeff Erickson 's Computational Geometry Pages Lists of open problems in computational geometry from Jeff Erickson David Eppstein , and Erik Demaine et al.
Extractions: The Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry The Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry is an annual international event for the dissemination of new results in the fields of computational and combinatorial geometry. The conference is usually held in a Canadian city sometime in mid-August. The goal of the CCCG Library project is to have proceedings from all years available on this central server. For recent years, this just means moving the electronic proceedings from one location to another. For pre-1997 conferences this means scanning the paper proceedings and putting them online. The CCCG Librarian has agreed to do the scanning, but we need help entering the bibliographic information. If you browse the starred proceedings below you will see that author and title information is missing from most of the papers. You can help correct this by submitting this information online using the "Correct" link. CCCG 2010 Proceedings
Extractions: Instructor: Samir Khuller Office: AVW 3217. Office phone: 4056765. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Office Hours: Tuesday 2:003:00, and Friday 11:0012:00. If you cannot make these hours, please make an appointment to see me at a different time. OFFICE HOURS THIS WEEK: Wed: 1011 Thu: 35 Fri: 1112 and 3:30 4:30 Teaching Assistant: Michael Murphy Office: AVW 3228. Office phone: 4052717. E-mail: email@example.com. Office Hours: Tuesday 10:0011:30, and Thursday 4:305:30. If you cannot make these hours, please make an appointment to see Michael at a different time. I hope to maintain this page and update it every week this semester. I will place all homeworks as well as solutions to homeworks here. If you have any trouble accessing them, please let me know. Class Time: Monday and Wednesday 11.0012.15, Room: CLB 0109. Course Overview: Introduction to algorithms and data structures for computational problems in discrete geometry (for points, lines, and polygons) primarily in 2 and 3 dimensions. Topics include triangulations and planar subdivisions, geometric search and intersection, convex hulls, Voronoi diagrams, Delaunay triangulations, line arrangements, visibility, and motion planning. Text: We will use more than one book. The first one (O'Rourke) will be the main text for the course. We will also use the second one from time to time (Preparata and Shamos). The other two books are mostly for your entertainment.
Computational Geometry File Format PDF/Adobe Acrobat Quick View http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~ian/Teaching/CompGeom/lec1.pdf
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The Geomblog Oct 28, 2010 Ruminations on computational geometry, algorithms, .. that we can bring the machinery of algebraic geometry to bear on the problem. http://geomblog.blogspot.com/
Extractions: As usual, by day 2 (day 3 for me because of the tutorials day), my desire to attend talks far outstripped my ability to attend them, and I especially wanted to hear more about the Kumar/Kannan clustering with spectral norm paper, and the stability for clustering result of Awasthi, Blum and Sheffet. If I ever have control of setting the program for a conference, I'm going to decree that all talks start no earlier than 11am (they can go late in the evening, for all I care). The first talk that I attended was by Alex Andoni on the new polylog approximation for the edit distance that he has with Robert Krauthgamer and Krysztof Onak. Dick Lipton actually spends a good deal of time on the problem and background in this post, and also highlights their earlier paper that gave a sub-polynomial appproximation in subquadratic time. This compression is randomized: the algorithm subsamples small pieces of x. However, a straightforward sampling doesn't preserve the distance, so the algorithm actually starts by designing a careful hierarchical partitioning of x which induces a modified distance function (that they relate to the edit distance). Then the sampling takes place in this tree. Obviously I'm skipping many of the details that I didn't get, but Alex gave a very nice talk that laid out the hig level picture (his talks are always a model of clarity and intuition).
Computational Geometry In Degrafa « The Algorithmist Aug 23, 2010 For anyone who is interested, here is a link (PDF) to the presentation on Computational Geometry in Degrafa. Lots of links to demos (with http://algorithmist.wordpress.com/2010/08/23/computational-geometry-in-degrafa/
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Extractions: Print Article Add to your CodeProject bookmarks Discuss this article Report this article as inappropriate Article Browse Code Stats Revisions (10) First Posted 31 Dec 2007 Views Bookmarked 185 times Licence C++ C++/CLI Windows STL ... Computational Geometry By Arash Partow Unedited contribution A brief introduction in computational geometry algorithms using Wykobi and C++ Good C++ computational geometry libraries to date have been hideously over-designed and incorporate usage patterns that in most cases require extensive redesigns and rewrites of code in order to functionally integrate within an existing project.
Extractions: ADD. KEYWORDS: Convex hull, Voronoi diagram, Delaunay triangulation, Nearest neighbors, Point ditributions, Mesh generation, Robotics: collision detection, constraint solving Electronic Proceedings of the Fifth MSI-Stony Brook Workshop on Computational Geometry Finding Delaunay Triangulations Using 3D Convex Hulls
CCCG 2010 Aug 23, 2010 The 22nd Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG) will be held at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba, http://www.cs.umanitoba.ca/~cccg2010/
Extractions: Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry Winnipeg, August 9 - 11, 2010 The 22nd Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG) will be held at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada from August 9 to 11, 2010. The focus of the conference is on current topics in discrete and computational geometry, including both theoretical and applied results. CCCG has been held annually since 1989; as of 2010, CCCG will have been hosted at sixteen different Canadian universities and in nine of ten provinces. Authors are invited to submit articles describing original research in computational geometry. Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings distributed at the conference and electronically at cccg.ca . Selected papers will be invited for submission to a special journal issue of Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications . Please see the call for papers and the submission instructions for details.
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Books in computational geometry Jump to: navigation search This is a list of books in computational geometry There are two major, largely nonoverlapping categories: Franco P. Preparata and Michael Ian Shamos Computational Geometry - An Introduction Springer-Verlag . 1st edition: ISBN 0-387-96131-3 ; 2nd printing, corrected and expanded, 1988:
Computational Geometry Messages. 2/12 2007 Information about the exam. 28/11 Project 3 new deadline Thursday January 11, 2007. 14/11 The exam will be January 15-16, 2007, and the final project is due http://www.daimi.au.dk/~gerth/cg06/
Extractions: The goal of the course is to introduce the student to fundamental problems within computation geometry, and to make the student familiar with general techniques for solving problems within computational geometry. Furthermore, through project work the student will gain experience with the implementation issues involved in converting computation geometry algorithms into running programs. This course provides an introduction to the key concepts, problems, techniques and data structures within computational geometry, including: Concepts (points, lines, planes, spheres, duality, subdivisions, degeneracies), problems (line intersections, convex hull, Voronoi diagram, triangulations, Delaunay triangulation, overlay of subdivisions, range searching), techniques (sweep-line, randomized incremental construction, fractional cascading), and data structures (double-linked edge-lists, interval trees, segment trees, and priority search trees, Kd-trees, range trees).
Extractions: Supported in part by NSF Grant CMS-9318163 and an NSERC 1967 Scholarship. Many computational geometry applications use numerical tests known as the orientation and incircle tests. The orientation test determines whether a point lies to the left of, to the right of, or on a line or plane defined by other points. The incircle test determines whether a point lies inside, outside, or on a circle defined by other points. Each of these tests is performed by evaluating the sign of a determinant (see the figure below). The determinant is expressed in terms of the coordinates of the points. If these coordinates are expressed as single or double precision floating-point numbers, roundoff error may lead to an incorrect result when the true determinant is near zero. In turn, this misinformation can lead an application to fail or produce incorrect results. One way to solve this problem is to use exact arithmetic. Unfortunately, traditional libraries for arbitrary precision floating-point arithmetic are quite slow, and can reduce the speed of an application by one or two orders of magnitude.