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Conversions between Parametric and Implicit Forms Using Polar/Spherical Coordinate Representations
Authors: Cem Unsalan, Aytul Ercil
Published in: Computer Vision and Image Understanding 81, 1-25
Publication year: 2001
Abstract: Since parametric and implicit forms have complementary advantages with respect
to certain geometric operations, it can be useful to convert from one form to the other.
In this paper, a new method for converting between parametric and implicit forms
based on polar/spherical coordinate representations is introduced.
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