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Chapter 8: Domain-Modeling Techniques


Exercises Chapter 8

Prerequisites: These exercises do require a good understanding of the domain modeling techniques presented in Chapter 8, with a particular focus on reconstructing shapes from unstructured point clouds. Separately, the exercises require good algorithmic skills, i.e., the ability to understand and model a problem and propose an algorithm that solves it, and an average knowledge of general-purpose (basic) computational geometry techniques. The exercises do not require programming.

Aims: The provided exercises are intended to test the overall understanding of the student of the palette of geometric modeling algorithms presented in Chapter 8. A particular aim is to test whether the students are able to extend and/or combine these basic algorithms, on a conceptual level, to create more complex domain modeling techniques.

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