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Comment on Incompressible Flows on Meshes by Michael Burke
https://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/incompressible-flows-on-meshes/#comment-701
Wed, 08 Dec 2021 05:50:34 +0000http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/?p=385#comment-701Is there a valid link to the flow simulation code? The GitHub link does not appear to be working.
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Comment on 3D Shape Correspondence via Probabilistic Synchronization of Functional Maps and Riemannian Geometry by Faria
https://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/3d-shape-correspondence-via-probabilistic-synchronization-of-functional-maps-and-riemannian-geometry/#comment-39
Fri, 03 Sep 2021 18:52:54 +0000http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/?p=1424#comment-39In reply to proportional.

Thanks for your interest in our work. Unfortunately, access to our notebook is restricted for now. We are working on cleaning and extending the code and will share the public notebook link soon.

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Comment on 3D Shape Correspondence via Probabilistic Synchronization of Functional Maps and Riemannian Geometry by proportional
https://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/3d-shape-correspondence-via-probabilistic-synchronization-of-functional-maps-and-riemannian-geometry/#comment-37
Fri, 03 Sep 2021 04:16:24 +0000http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/?p=1424#comment-37Is the notebook link working?
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Comment on Minimal Surfaces, But Periodic by Minimal Surfaces, But With Saddle Points – SGI 2021
https://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/minimal-surfaces-but-periodic/#comment-32
Tue, 31 Aug 2021 03:28:14 +0000http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/?p=995#comment-32[…] week we worked on extending the results described here. We learned an array of new techniques and enhanced existing skills that we had developed the […]
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Comment on Branch-and-bound method for calculating Hausdorff distance by Robust computation of the Hausdorff distance between triangle meshes – SGI 2021
https://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/branch-and-bound-method-for-calculating-hausdorff-distance/#comment-26
Sat, 28 Aug 2021 20:08:12 +0000http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/?p=818#comment-26[…] The faces are subdivided in the following way: we add the midpoints and triangles that are generated by the previous vertices and these new points. In the end, we have 4 new faces instead of the old one. For more theoretical details you should check this blog post: http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/branch-and-bound-method-for-calculating-hausdorff-distance/ […]
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Comment on Upper bound for the Hausdorff distance by Robust computation of the Hausdorff distance between triangle meshes – SGI 2021
https://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/upper-bound-for-the-hausdorff-distance/#comment-25
Sat, 28 Aug 2021 20:07:40 +0000http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/?p=773#comment-25[…] Overall, the upper bound is derived by the distances between the vertices and triangle inequality. For more theoretical details you should check this blog post: http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/upper-bound-for-the-hausdorff-distance/ […]
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Comment on Finding the Lower Bounds of the Hausdorff Distance by Robust computation of the Hausdorff distance between triangle meshes – SGI 2021
https://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/finding-the-lower-bounds-of-the-hausdorff-distance/#comment-24
Sat, 28 Aug 2021 20:06:41 +0000http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/?p=674#comment-24[…] We define the lower bound as the minimum of the distances from all the vertices of mesh A to mesh B. Firstly, we choose the vertex P on mesh A. Secondly, we compute the distances from point P to all the faces of mesh B. The actual distance from point P to mesh B is the minimum of the distances that were calculated the step before. For more theoretical details you should check this blog post: http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/finding-the-lower-bounds-of-the-hausdorff-distance/ […]
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Comment on Incompressible Flows on Meshes by Berna Kabadayi
https://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/incompressible-flows-on-meshes/#comment-6
Thu, 12 Aug 2021 07:35:20 +0000http://summergeometry.org/sgi2021/?p=385#comment-6Liked the visualizations a lot!
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