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by J. J. Risler

eBook Mathematical Methods for CAD ePub
Author: J. J. Risler
Language: English
ISBN: 0521436915
ISBN13: 978-0521436915
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 30, 1993)
Pages: 198
Category: Programming
Subcategory: Computers
Rating: 4.5
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ePub file: 1878 kb
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Mathematical Methods for CAD book.

Mathematical Methods for CAD book.

This book sets out the fundamental elements of this theory in a mathematically rigorous manner. Splines and Bezier curves are first tackled, leading to Bezier surfaces, triangulation and box splines. The final chapter is devoted to algebraic geometry and provides a firm theoretical basis for anyone wishing to seriously develop and investigate CAD systems. Written with a strong mathematical flavour, the volume will appeal to both engineers and mathematicians, as well as computer scientists.

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This book sets out the fundamental elements of the theory of computational geometry and computer-aided design in a mathematically rigorous manner. Splines and Bézier curves are first tackled, leading to Bézier surfaces, triangulation, and box splines. The final chapter is devoted to algebraic geometry and provides a firm theoretical basis for anyone wishing to seriously develop and investigate CAD systems.
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