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construct (3)
descriptor (2)
point (2)

Stem delaunay$ (all stems)

13 papers:

DocEngDocEng-2015-EskenaziGO #documentation #layout
The Delaunay Document Layout Descriptor (SE, PGK, JMO), pp. 167–175.
ICPRICPR-2014-RazafindramananaRV #clustering #incremental
Incremental Delaunay Triangulation Construction for Clustering (OR, FR, GV), pp. 1354–1359.
ICDARICDAR-2013-RazafindramananaRV #approximate #recognition
Alpha*-Approximated Delaunay Triangulation Based Descriptors for Handwritten Character Recognition (OR, FR, GV), pp. 440–444.
ICPRICPR-2012-ChowdhuryKPD #design #graph #using #video
Video storyboard design using Delaunay graphs (ASC, SKK, RP, MND), pp. 3108–3111.
ICPRICPR-2012-YuL #3d #refinement
Genus refinement of a manifold surface reconstructed by sculpting the 3d-Delaunay triangulation of Structure-from-Motion points (SY, ML), pp. 1021–1025.
CASECASE-2010-MaFW #re-engineering
Delaunay-based triangular surface reconstruction from points via Umbrella Facet Matching (JM, HYF, LW), pp. 580–585.
Morphological Operations on Delaunay Triangulations (NL, GS, LG, NC), pp. 3556–3559.
SIGMODSIGMOD-1997-CruzALRZ #database #named #visualisation
Delaunay: A Database Visualization System (IFC, MA, WTL, MR, KZ), pp. 510–513.
Constructing the constrained Delaunay triangulation on the Intel paragon (FL), pp. 464–467.
STOCSTOC-1995-MillerTTW #generative
A Delaunay based numerical method for three dimensions: generation, formulation, and partition (GLM, DT, SHT, NW), pp. 683–692.
A Simple Method for Resolving Degeneracies in Delaunay Triangulations (MBD, WDS), pp. 177–188.
The Expected Extremes in a Delaunay Triangulation (MWB, DE, FFY), pp. 674–685.
ICALPICALP-1990-GuibasKS #diagrams #incremental #random
Randomized Incremental Construction of Delaunay and Voronoi Diagrams (LJG, DEK, MS), pp. 414–431.

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