Re: surface generation using an irregular set of points
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- Subject: Re: surface generation using an irregular set of points
- From: glgesm at engr.psu.edu (Gary L. Gray)
- Date: Mon, 24 Oct 1994 10:59:13 -0400
> I have the following problem:
> The surface of a three-dimensional biological object has been
> measured by measuring the (three-dimensional) coordinates of several hundred
> The points were chosen from curves on the surface, but the
> number, position, and length of the curves is irregular.
> I would like to generate a triangulation of the surface
> so that it can be displayed, and would then like to
> carry out further computations, such as calculating
> the normal to the surface.
> Suggestions about suitable software would be welcome.
> In particular, is there software available which can generate a
> triangulation of a surface given a list of points on the
You should be able to do this with Mathematica using
in the DiscreteMath`ComputationalGeometry` package. TriangularSurfacePlot
plots a surface using the Delaunay triangulation. See the "Guide to
Standard Mathematica Packages."
Gary L. Gray | (814) 863-1778
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