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CGAL 4.8.2 - Scale-Space Surface Reconstruction
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Scale-Space Surface Reconstruction Reference

Thijs van Lankveld
This method allows to reconstruct a surface that interpolates a set of 3D points. This method provides an efficient alternative to the Poisson surface reconstruction method. The main difference in output is that this method reconstructs a surface that interpolates the point set (as opposed to approximating the point set). How the surface connects the points depends on a scale variable, which can be estimated semi-automatically.

Introduced in: CGAL 4.6
BibTeX: cgal:ssr3-16b
License: GPL
Depends on: 3D Alpha Shapes, dD Spatial Searching, CGAL and Solvers

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