Solid blends of high order continuity

This source preferred by Jian Jun Zhang and Lihua You

Authors: Zhang, J.J. and You, L.H.

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Start date: 26 July 2005

Pages: 264-270

Publisher: IEEE Computer S

Place of Publication: Los Alamitos, CA

DOI: 10.1109/CGIV.2005.69

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Authors: Zhang, J.J. and You, L.

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Journal: CGIV

Pages: 264-270

Publisher: IEEE Computer Society

DOI: 10.1109/CGIV.2005.69

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Authors: Zhang, J.J. and You, L.H.

Journal: Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Graphics, Imaging and Vision: New Trends 2005

Volume: 2005

Pages: 264-270

ISBN: 9780769523927

DOI: 10.1109/CGIV.2005.69

Solid blending with the n th order continuity is investigated in this paper. We use up to the n th partial derivatives to define the continuity at the boundary surfaces between the blended solids and the blending solid, and introduce basic functions to transform the original boundary conditions into simpler ones. The mathematical description of a blending solid is discussed and a set of linear algebraic equations are derived to determine the unknown constants in the constructed function of the blending solid. Several numerical examples are given to demonstrate both the applications of the proposed approach in solid blending and the effects of different continuities on the smoothness between the blending solid and blended solids. © 2005 IEEE.

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Authors: Zhang, J.J. and You, L.H.

Journal: Computer Graphics, Imaging and Vision: New Trends

Pages: 264-270

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