Computational Geometry in C

Computational Geometry in C

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by Joseph O'Rourke
     
 

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This 1998 book explains the design of geometry algorithms, including discussion of implementation issues and working C code.See more details below

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This 1998 book explains the design of geometry algorithms, including discussion of implementation issues and working C code.

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"This is an applied approach to fundamental concepts in computational geometry and should be read by every serious practitioner....From a pedagogical point of view, this book is an excellent choice for both undergraduate classes (perhaps with more emphasis on the implementations) and graduate classes (considering a number of the exercises) because of the extensive exercises that review, explore details, and encourage further reading." Computing Reviews

"Conveys the feeling that computational geometry is interesting, exciting, important, and very active." SIGACT News

"Anyone who wants to know what this field is all about should read this book!...a pleasure to read, as questions that arise naturally in the reader's mind are answered, in almost all cases, in the following paragraph. The style strikes an ideal balance between rigor and informality. Mr. O'Rourke must be a wonderful teacher and I envy his students." Siam Review

"...the book is an excellent basis for a course on computational geometry; many interesting exercises and hints for further reading give suitable guidance for teachers and for students." Mathematical Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781107263901
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
10/28/2013
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NOOK Book
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990,520
File size:
19 MB
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