THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA INPUT BY SELECTION OF HIERARCHICALLY DEFINED BLOCKS.

K. Yamaguchi, N. Inamoto, Hideko Kunii, T. L. Kunii

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Abstract

This paper discusses inputting three dimensional solid object data by means of a two dimensional tablet. This method involves refining an object by gradually generalizing a class of 'permissible' objects. The design of an object is first limited to an octree, which is a set of cubes. At this step, a single selection can create, divide or destroy a cube. It is expected that after this rough design step has been completed, the designer can go on to the next step in which the target object is a polyhedron. A technique for displaying objects and experimental designs is illustrated.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherNorth-Holland
Pages15-24
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)0444876170
Publication statusPublished - 1984
Externally publishedYes

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Yamaguchi, K., Inamoto, N., Kunii, H., & Kunii, T. L. (1984). THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA INPUT BY SELECTION OF HIERARCHICALLY DEFINED BLOCKS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 15-24). North-Holland.

THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA INPUT BY SELECTION OF HIERARCHICALLY DEFINED BLOCKS. / Yamaguchi, K.; Inamoto, N.; Kunii, Hideko; Kunii, T. L.

Unknown Host Publication Title. North-Holland, 1984. p. 15-24.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Yamaguchi, K, Inamoto, N, Kunii, H & Kunii, TL 1984, THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA INPUT BY SELECTION OF HIERARCHICALLY DEFINED BLOCKS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. North-Holland, pp. 15-24.
Yamaguchi K, Inamoto N, Kunii H, Kunii TL. THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA INPUT BY SELECTION OF HIERARCHICALLY DEFINED BLOCKS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. North-Holland. 1984. p. 15-24
Yamaguchi, K. ; Inamoto, N. ; Kunii, Hideko ; Kunii, T. L. / THREE-DIMENSIONAL DATA INPUT BY SELECTION OF HIERARCHICALLY DEFINED BLOCKS. Unknown Host Publication Title. North-Holland, 1984. pp. 15-24
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