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Topic: fitting vertices on a surface to a biparametric spline
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Ron Summers

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fitting vertices on a surface to a biparametric spline
Posted: Dec 6, 1996 5:46 PM
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I am seeking software to fit vertices on a surface to a biparametric
spline. The vertices are of the form (x,y,z) and are scattered about
the surface (i.e., are not along contour lines or along
cross-sections). I would like to fit them to a biparametric spline
(i.e., a function of (u,v)). Can anyone point me to relevant software
or texts?

Ron Summers
rms@nih.gov






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