Special Issue "Discrete Differential Geometry and Its Applications to Imaging and Graphics"
A special issue of Axioms (ISSN 2075-1680).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2014)
Prof. Dr. Emil Saucan
1. Electrical Engineering and Mathematics Departments, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa 32000, Israel
2. Department of Mathematics, Ort Braude College, Karmiel 2161002, Israel
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Interests: discrete differential geometry; geometric function theory; geometric modeling; geometric and topological methods for imaging and vision; manifold learning
Prof. Dr. David Gu
Department of Computer Science, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Room 2425 Computer Science Building, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York 11794-4400, USA
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Interests: computer graphics; computer vision; visualization; geometric modeling; networking
Differential Geometry—mainly of curves and surfaces—represented from the very beginning a natural and standard tool of Imaging and Graphics. However, only with the true advent of the “Digital Age”, has Discrete Differential Geometry been developed and recognized as a self-standing, active and important field of study.
Here, “discrete” means that one does not merely restrict himself only to approximations, but rather operates on a deeper level, by considering various possible discretizations of such classical notions as curvature, geodesics and connection, to mention just some of the most basic and essential ones.
The ensuing applications are manifold, and range from sampling and reconstruction to segmentation, and from smoothing and denoising to registration and modeling. Moreover, they transcend their specific boundaries (already far from narrow), and have applications in Medical Imaging, Pattern Recognition, Manifold Learning and Robotics.
It is the goal of this Special Issue to explore, through its constituting papers, this multifaceted, dynamic and ever-evolving field of study.
Dr. Emil Saucan
Dr. David Gu
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- discrete curvature
- triangular meshes
- image processing
- discrete geodesics
- digital geometry
- geometric flows