CGAL 6.0  3D Simplicial Mesh Data Structures

The main concepts of this package.
Concepts  
concept  MeshComplex_3InTriangulation_3 
The concept MeshComplex_3InTriangulation_3 describes a data structure to represent and maintain a 3D complex embedded in a 3D triangulation. More precisely, the concept MeshComplex_3InTriangulation_3 is a minimal version designed to represent 3D complexes that have only faces with dimension \( 2\) and \( 3\). Embedded 3D complexes with faces of dimension \( 0\), \( 1\), \( 2\) and \( 3\), are more conveniently represented by the refined concept MeshComplexWithFeatures_3InTriangulation_3 . More...  
concept  MeshComplexWithFeatures_3InTriangulation_3 
The concept MeshComplexWithFeatures_3InTriangulation_3 describes a data structure to represent and maintain a 3D complex embedded in a 3D triangulation. The concept MeshComplexWithFeatures_3InTriangulation_3 refines the minimal concept MeshComplex_3InTriangulation_3 , designed to represent 3D complexes having only faces with dimension 2 and 3. Therefore, the concept MeshComplexWithFeatures_3InTriangulation_3 may represent embedded complexes including features, i.e. faces with dimension \( 0\) and \( 1\). More...  
concept  SimplicialMeshCellBase_3 
The concept SimplicialMeshCellBase_3 describes the requirements for the TriangulationDataStructure_3::Cell type of the triangulation used in a 3D simplicial mesh data structure. More...  
concept  SimplicialMeshVertexBase_3 
The concept SimplicialMeshVertexBase_3 describes the requirements for the Vertex type of the triangulation used in a 3D simplicial mesh data structure. The type SimplicialMeshVertexBase_3 refines the concept TriangulationVertexBase_3 . It provides additional members to store and retrieve information about the location of the vertex with respect to the input domain describing the discretized domain. More specifically, the concept SimplicialMeshVertexBase_3 provides readwrite access to an integer representing the dimension of the lowest dimensional face of the input 3D complex on which the vertex lies, and to an index characteristic of this face. More...  