xFunc is a simple and easy to use application that allows you to build mathematical and logical expressions. It's written on C#. This project consists two libraries and an execution file. The libraries include the code that converts strings to expressions.
progressive-meshes is a surface simplification software which produces high-quality approximations of triangle progressive meshes models. It generates progressive meshes models with desired number of mesh faces or compression ratio, and every contraction is recorded in the generated file. Currently
... [More] only core operators of .smf input file format are supported.
This is a C++ implementation of Michael Garland's Surface simplification using quadric error metrics and Hugues Hoppe's Progressive meshes. This software runs slower than Garland's Qslim, but the results are somehow better in details. Since every contraction is recorded, further usage of the generated .pm file could be extended, for example, building level-of-detail models or 3D streaming.
Credit goes to SU Tao for GUI.
InstallationVisit http://hezhao.net/project/progressive-meshes.html [Less]
Came up with a simple to understand simplification algorithm that does not seem to be in use. We want to see if DynamicRanking offers comparable results to other simplification algorithms for point cloud.
psimpl - generic n-dimensional poyline simplification
psimpl is a lightweight header-only C++ library that is generic, easy to use, and provides a variety of simplification algorithms, including the popular Douglas-Peucker approximation.
Algorithms for computing the error induced by
... [More] simplification are also provided.
All the algorithms use a STL-style interface that operates on input and output iterators. Supported polylines can be of any dimension, and defined using floating point or signed integer data types. [Less]