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Title : COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT SURFACES FOR 3D MODEL ABSTRACTION IN SUPPORT OF REMOTE SENSING SIMULATIONS
Company : Los Alamos National Laboratory
File Name : Pope.pdf
Size : 684604
Type : application/pdf
Date : 08-Aug-2010
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Paul Pope and Doug Ranken

A method for abstracting a 3D model by shrinking a triangular mesh, defined upon a best fitting ellipsoid surrounding the model, onto the model's surface has been previously described. This "shrinkwrap" process enables a semi-regular mesh to be defined upon an object's surface. This creates a useful data structure for conducting remote sensing simulations and image processing. However, using a best fitting ellipsoid having a graticule-based tessellation to seed the shrinkwrap process suffers from a mesh which is too dense at the poles.
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