Fast Industrial-Strength Triangulation (FIST)
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|Martin Held; Institute of Computer Science, University of Salzburg|
|FIST is code for fast industrial-strength triangulation based on repeatedly clipping the ears of a polygon. The algorithm was implemented in ANSI C, based on floating-point arithmetic. Geometric hashing is used in order to speed up the ear-clipping process in practice. Illustrations show triangulations computed by means of FIST. With related publications.|
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