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daily12008-04-17T12:31:35ZMovie: Arrangements of Geodesic Arcs on the Sphere (720x576, XviD) http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/projects/internal-projects/arr-geodesic-sphere/movie/aos-xvid.avi 720 X 576, XviDNo publishergzuckerlinearCGALarrangementmoviecurvedS22008-06-01T13:00:36ZFileMovie: Arrangements of Geodesic Arcs on the Sphere (720x576, DivX) http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/projects/internal-projects/arr-geodesic-sphere/movie/aos-divx.avi 720 X 576, DivXNo publisherophirsetlinearCGALarrangementmoviecurvedS22008-06-02T09:54:39ZFileMovie: Arrangements of Geodesic Arcs on the Sphere (360x288, DivX) http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/projects/internal-projects/arr-geodesic-sphere/movie/aos-2-divx.avi 360 X 288, DivXNo publisherophirsetlinearCGALarrangementmoviecurvedS22008-06-02T09:55:30ZFileMovie: Arrangements of Geodesic Arcs on the Sphere (360x288, XviD) http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/projects/internal-projects/arr-geodesic-sphere/movie/aos-2-xvid.avi 360 X 288, XviDNo publisherophirsetlinearCGALarrangementmoviecurvedS22008-06-02T09:56:31ZFileMovie: Exact and Efficient Construction of Minkowski Sums of Convex Polyhedra with Applications http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/projects/internal-projects/gaussian-map-cubical/Mink3d.avi 720 X 526, aviNo publishergzuckerlinearR3minkowskiarrangementCGALmovie2008-06-02T08:03:43ZFileMovie: Exact Minkowski sums and applications. http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/projects/internal-projects/minkowski-sums/EMINK.mpg Movie: Eyal Flato et al, Proc. 18th ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry, Barcelona, 2002. No publishergzuckerCGALmovielinearR2minkowski2009-04-23T07:17:37ZFileMovie: Motion Planning in Metaverse Using CGAL Arrangements http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/courses/workshop/spring-2007/SLmovie2.wmv wmvNo publishergzuckerCGALmotion planningmoviearrangement2008-05-04T13:54:31ZFileMovie: Random Outer Face Segments Within a Disc http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/projects/internal-projects/the-complexity-of-the-outer-face-in-arrangements/movies/disc.avi A movie demonstrating the phase transition in the number of outer face segments randomly generated in a disc.
The input (segments) were generated using the following random model:
1. The segment source is uniformly distributed within the disc.
2. The segment length is fixed.
3. The segment orientation is uniformly distributed within 0 and 2pi, possibly protruding outside the disc.
The input segments that incident to the outer face are drawn blue with the rest drawn green. For sake of clarity the movie is played in reverse order so segments are removed rather than inserted.
The movie shows three phases:
1. Almost all of the outer face segments are near the boundary of the disc.
2. The outer face segments appear both inside and on the boundary of the disc.
3. Almost all the segments are on the outer face.
Notice how rapidly (within few seconds) we pass from stage 1. to 3.No publishergzuckerCGALmovielinearR2arrangement2008-11-09T13:22:39ZFileMovie: Random Outer Face Segments within a Square http://acg.cs.tau.ac.il/projects/internal-projects/the-complexity-of-the-outer-face-in-arrangements/movies/square.avi A movie demonstrating the phase transition in the number of outer face segments randomly generated in a square.
The input (segments) were generated using the following random model:
1. The segment source is uniformly distributed within a unit square.
2. The segment length is fixed.
3. The segment orientation is uniformly distributed within 0 and 2pi, possibly protruding outside the square.
The input segments that incident to the outer face are drawn blue with the rest drawn green. For sake of clarity the movie is played in reverse order so segments are removed rather than inserted.
The movie shows three phases:
1. Almost all of the outer face segments are near the boundary of the square.
2. The outer face segments appear both inside and on the boundary of the square.
3. Almost all the segments are on the outer face.
Notice how rapidly (within few seconds) we pass from stage 1. to 3.No publishergzuckerCGALmovielinearR2arrangement2008-11-12T09:01:18ZFile