Automatic Visualization of Two-Dimensional Cellular Complexes
Lozada, L. A. P. and De Mendonça Neto, C. F. X. and Rosi, R. M. and Stolfi, J. (1997) Automatic Visualization of Two-Dimensional Cellular Complexes. In: Symposium on Graph Drawing, GD '96, September 18-20, 1996, Berkeley, California, USA , pp. 303-317 (Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-62495-3_56).
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A Two-Dimensional Cellular Complex is a partition of a surface into a finite number of elements-faces (open disks), edges (open arcs), and vertices (points). The topology of a cellular complex is the abstract incidence and adjacency relations among its elements. here we describe a program that, given only topology of a cellular comlex, computes a geometric realization of the same - that is, a specific partition of a specific surface in three-space - guided by various aesthetic and presentational criteria.
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