By Alexander I. Bobenko (eds.)
This is without doubt one of the first books on a newly rising box of discrete differential geometry and a very good solution to entry this interesting region. It surveys the interesting connections among discrete versions in differential geometry and intricate research, integrable platforms and functions in laptop graphics.
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For a more detailed account, we refer the reader to . The function δ is defined on the open unit ball in R3 by δ(x) = v∈V − x, v log √ − x, x , (47) where x, y = x1 y1 + x2 y2 + x3 y3 − 1. I. Bobenko et al. The gradient and Hessian matrix of δ are v x − x, v x, x grad δ(x) = v∈V Hess δ(x) = 2 v∈V , vT v xT x − − diag x, x 2 x, v 2 (49) 1 x, x . , to a quotient space C/ , where = Zω1 + Zω2 is some two-dimensional lattice in C. The biholomorphic map from R to C/ , or from the universal cover of R to C, is called a uniformizing map.
Right Fuchsian uniformizations and fundamental domains. Canonical domain (top), opposite sides domain (middle), and 12-gon (bottom) Discrete Conformal Maps: Boundary Value Problems, Circle Domains . . 53 Fig. 34 Left A surface glued from six squares. Right Fuchsian uniformization and fundamental domain For each representation we choose corresponding fundamental polygons that allow the comparison of the uniformization: • an octagon with canonical edge pairing aba b cdc d , • an octagon with opposite sides identified, abcda b c d , • a 12-gon that is adapted to the six-squares surface.