| | SLO | ENG | Cookies and privacy

Bigger font | Smaller font

# Show document

Title: Primerjava 3D modelov z vgnezdenimi izbočenimi lupinami ID Tučič, Boštjan (Author)ID Žalik, Borut (Mentor) More about this mentor... VS_Tucic_Bostjan_2016.pdf (4,19 MB)MD5: 5D1242BE8F73015267879091A9BDED83 Slovenian Undergraduate thesis (m5) 2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis FERI - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science V diplomskem delu opisujemo postopek primerjave 3D geometrijskih modelov s pomočjo vgnezdenih izbočenih lupin. Na začetku definiramo izbočeno lupino in podrobneje preučimo najpogosteje uporabljene algoritme za njeno gradnjo. To so algoritem zavijanja daril, algoritem s strategijo deli in vladaj in inkrementalni algoritem. Za zadnjega predstavimo izboljšavo, ki jo v našem programu tudi implementiramo. Sledi predstavitev programa, njegovih funkcionalnosti in uporabniškega vmesnika. Na koncu določimo cenilke za primerjavo 3D geometrijskih modelov, nad katerimi so zgrajene vgnezdene izbočene lupine. Cenilke ovrednotimo na različnih 3D geometrijskih modelih. računalniška geometrija, 3D izbočena lupina, primerjava geometrijskih modelov 2016 B. Tučič [Maribor 004.925.8(043.2) 20044054 URN:SI:UM:DK:ATR13ZMU 28.09.2016 744 53 KTFMB - FERI

Hover the mouse pointer over a document title to show the abstract or click on the title to get all document metadata.

## Secondary language

Language: English COMPARISON OF 3D MODELS WITH NESTED CONVEX HULLS In this thesis, the process of 3D geometric models comparison by using nested convex hulls is described. The convex hull is defined at the beginning and the most popular algorithms for its construction are described and analysed. The gift-wrapping algorithm, the divide and conquer algorithm, and the incremental algorithm are considered. The last one is implemented in our program together with some improvements. The estimators for comparing the convex hulls constructed upon the 3D geometric models are defined. By using different 3D geometric models their suitability are estimated. computational geometry, 3D convex hull, geometric model comparison