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Lévy , Bruno; Liu , Yang (2010)
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: centroidal voronoi tesselations, ACM : I.: Computing Methodologies/I.3: COMPUTER GRAPHICS/I.3.5: Computational Geometry and Object Modeling, hex-dominant meshing, [ INFO.INFO-CG ] Computer Science [cs]/Computational Geometry [cs.CG]
International audience; This paper introduces Lp -Centroidal Voronoi Tessellation (Lp -CVT), a generalization of CVT that minimizes a higher-order moment of the coordinates on the Voronoi cells. This generalization allows for aligning the axes of the Voronoi cells with a predefined background tensor field (anisotropy). Lp -CVT is computed by a quasi-Newton optimization framework, based on closed-form derivations of the objective function and its gradient. The derivations are given for both surface meshing (Ω is a triangulated mesh with per-facet anisotropy) and volume meshing (Ω is the interior of a closed triangulated mesh with a 3D anisotropy field). Applications to anisotropic, quad-dominant surface remeshing and to hex-dominant volume meshing are presented. Unlike previous work, Lp -CVT captures sharp features and intersections without requiring any pre-tagging.
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