Voronoi diagrams and Delaunay triangulations
- Aurenhammer, Franz, 1957-
- [Hackensack, ] New Jersey : World Scientific, 
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- viii, 337 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
QA278.2 .A97 2013
- Unknown QA278.2 .A97 2013
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-327) and index.
- Elementary Properties-- Basic Algorithms-- Advanced Properties-- Generalized Sites-- Medical Axis-- Higher Dimensions-- Power Diagram-- Higher Order Diagram-- General Spaces and Distances-- Abstract Diagrams-- Distance Problems-- Delaunay Related Graphs-- Clustering-- Motion Planning-- Placement Problems-- High Dimensional Solutions-- Open Problems.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Voronoi diagrams partition space according to the influence certain sites exert on their environment. Since the 17th century, such structures play an important role in many areas like Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Ecology, Economics, Mathematics and Computer Science. They help to describe zones of political influence, to determine the hospital nearest to an accident site, to compute collision-free paths for mobile robots, to reconstruct curves and surfaces from sample points, to refine triangular meshes, and to design location strategies for competing markets. This unique book offers a state-of-the-art view of Voronoi diagrams and their structure, and it provides efficient algorithms towards their computation. Readers with an entry-level background in algorithms can enjoy a guided tour of gently increasing difficulty through a fascinating area. Lecturers might find this volume a welcome source for their courses on computational geometry. Experts are offered a broader view, including many alternative solutions, and up-to-date references to the existing literature; they might benefit in their own research or application development.
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- Franz Aurenhammer, Technische Universitaet Graz, Austria, Rolf Klein, University of Bonn, Germany, Der-Tsai Lee, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.