topological reconstruction of triangular meshes
Dickinson, John
John.Dickinson at nrc.ca
Wed Jan 19 16:38:07 PST 2000
I am also looking for algorithms or even code that reconstruct topological
information from a list of triangles. I mean tha I have a list of triangles
with their surface normal and 3 vertex points specified in 3-space like:
normal (nx,ny,nz) vextices 1:(x,y,z) 2:(x,y,z) 3:(x,y,z)
normal (nx,ny,nz) vextices 1:(x,y,z) 2:(x,y,z) 3:(x,y,z)
...
and I want to create two lists:
vertices
1: (x,y,z)
2: (x,y,z)
3: (x,y,z)
4: (x,y,z)
...
and
triangles
1: use vertices 1,3,5
2: use vertices 2,4,5
...
etc.
Note that the vertex coordinates "should" match in the data input but some
loss of precision is often encountered leading to difficulties in matching
vertices from different triangles together.
John
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